based in Los Angeles, California
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Hannah Kozak was born to a Polish father and a Guatemalan mother in Los Angeles, CA. At the age of ten, she was given a Kodak Brownie camera by her father, Sol, a survivor of the Nazi...
The results of the 10th Julia Margaret Cameron Award winners are now visible online. I am honored that my ongoing series "He Threw the Last Punch Too Hard" was awarded first prize for documentary with multiple series. Blessings to my mother, who suffered abuse and has been institutionalized for 37 years. My mother looks for the light within.
Congratulations to Lauren Pond, has won the2016 CDS/Honickman First Book Prize selected byPeter Barberie, the Brodsky Curator of Photographs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, for her projectTest of Faith.
I am honored to have my work exhibited at the 4th Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography (Berlin Foto Biennale) at the Palazzo Italia venue during European Month of Photography Berlin from October 6 - 30, 2016. My self portrait from Pain and Loneliness will be exhibited.
I received the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Female Photographer of the Year for Nudes from my Pain and Loneliness series; 2014.
I am honored to hvae my work exhibited at the 4th Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography (Berlin Foto Biennale) at the Palazzo Italia venue during European Month of Photography Berlin from October 6 - 30, 2016. My triptych of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Belzec and Sobibor will be included in the special section on the Holocaust and the Second Generation along with Aliza Augustine, Sebastian Holzknecht, Beth Burstien, Vienne Rea and Quyen Pfeifer.
This photo is part of my 7 year ongoing series called Survivor; a story of my father's survival of eight Nazi forced labor camps.
Congratulations to Nadia Sablin, who was selected by Sandra S. Phillips, senior curator of photography at SFMOMA, to win the 2014 The Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) at Duke University. Sablin's book will be published in November 2015 by CDS Books and Duke University Press.
I am honored and humbled to be one of the finalists for the 2014 biennial prize. The finalists are Victor Blue, Scott Dalton, Cate Dingley, Hannah Kozak, Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman, Joseph Michael Lopez, Diana Markosian, Jeanine Micha-Bates, Chrystie Sherman, Jeffrey Stockbridge, and Donna Wan.