Joanna Milter

Director of Photography
The New Yorker
   
Location: New York City
Biography: Joanna Milter has been the director of photography at  The New Yorker  since 2015. She was previously part of the award-winning photography department at  The New York Times Magazine  where she worked for eleven years. 
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The Best New Yorker Photography of 2017
joanna milter
Dec 18, 2017
Here are a few of our favorite images from this year of political upheaval and creative flourishing, of societal reckonings and moments of light relief.

The Best New Yorker Photography of 2017
Whether through on-the-ground coverage of the war in Syria or a portrayal of a fictional bad kiss, photographers gave shape and color to the magazine's most exciting stories of the year.

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