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The 2022 Alexia Professional Grant

An opportunity for professional photographers, filmmakers and multimedia storytellers to produce substantial bodies of work that share The Alexia’s goals of promoting world peace and cultural understanding. We value work that elevates understanding and hopefully incites change for the better.
Submission deadline: February 28, 2022

Judges

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Bruce Strong
Photographer / Educator / Multimedia/Video Storyteller
The Alexia Grants / The Newhouse School / Syracuse University

Bruce Strong is a photographer/multimedia storyteller who likes to work with great people on awesome projects. Life is too short to do anything else. He is an associate professor and chairman of the Visual Communications department at Syracuse... read on
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Dr. Peter and Aphrodite Tsairis
Co-Founder
The Alexia Foundation

Dr. Peter and Aphrodite Tsairis founded the Alexia Foundation in 1991 in partnership with the Newhouse School at Syracuse University to honor their daughter, Alexia, who was a 20-year-old photography major there when she was killed in the bombing... read on
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Sandra Stevenson
Associate director of photography
CNN

Sandra Stevenson is the associate director of photography for CNN. A visual editor, writer and digital strategist, she previously worked at The New York Times, where she oversaw digital photo editors on the news desk, and worked on visual content... read on
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Jehan Jillani
Visuals Editor
The Atlantic

Jehan Jillani is a photo and visual editor based in Brooklyn, New York. Currently, she works at The Atlantic, where she commissions original photography and illustrations for the publication’s digital features and special projects. Before... read on
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Todd Heisler
Staff Photographer
The New York Times

Todd Heisler has been a staff photographer for  The New York Times since 2006. Before that he was a staff photographer for the now defunct Rocky Mountain News and various weeklies around Chicago. In 2010 he was part of the team that won... read on