Getty Images Announces 2010 Grant Winners for Editorial Photography

Getty Images Logo

The 2010 recipients of grants from Getty Images are photojournalists Stefano De Luigi, Miquel Dewever-Plana, Edwin Koo, Darcy Padilla and Jerome Sessini. The photojournalists will each receive $20,000 to pursue their documentary photography projects:

• Stefano De Luigi, Italy, for “TIA – This is Africa”
• Miquel Dewever-Plana, France, for “The Other War”
• Edwin Koo, Singapore, for “Paradise Lost: Pakistan’s Swat Valley”
• Darcy Padilla, USA, for “The Julie Project”
• Jerome Sessini, France, for “So far from God, too close to America”

Also receiving the Getty grants are student awardees Bryan Anselm, Julie Glassberg, Julia Marie Rendleman and Paris Visone. Each student will eceive $5,000 and editorial support to develop their projects:

• Bryan Anselm, Western Kentucky University, for “A Generation in Limbo”
• Julie Glassberg, International Center of Photography, for “Bike Kill”
• Julia Marie Rendleman, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale for “Impact Incarceration at Dixon Springs”
• Paris Visone, The Art Institute of Boston, for “Gender Roles and Appearance”

[Site: Getty Images]

Published by Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.