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Carey Wagner. Photo Credit: Steve Remich

New York City-based Carey Wagner is a documentary photographer that recently became the President of the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), an organization she has been involved with since 2001. Wagner is also a two-time International Reporting Project Fellow for her work in The New York Times and PRI’s The World and produced the Letters of Hope campaign with the humanitarian non-profit organization CARE. In addition to her acclaimed photographic work, Wagner has found success in the filmmaking realm as an additional cinematographer on The Long Night, a documentary film set in Seattle, Washington revolving around domestic minor sex trafficking. With such extensive experience documenting relevant social issues, Wagner has shared her knowledge with others as both a Nikon School Instructor and workshop teacher at Italy’s IF/Academy.

NPPA offers a highly discounted rate of only $25 for students to join.

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