Marty LaVor was awarded First Place On Capitol Hill during the 2015 WHNPA Eyes of History Still Contest. Bill Clark of Roll Call won Second Place; Jim Lo Scalzo of European Pressphoto Agency won Third Place. Awards of Excellence were given to Gabriella Demczuk for The New York Times, Larry […]
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Nation’s Leading Multimedia Journalists Compete for Top Industry Awards (download) (WASHINGTON, D.C. – Feb. 9, 2014) – The White House News Photographers Association announced the winners of the Multimedia categories in the annual ‘Eyes of History™’ competition. Jim Lo Scalzo won first place in the Linear Storytelling category for Iowa’s […]
Congratulations to Washington Post photographer Bonnie Jo Mount for her first place win in the 2014 Eyes of History still contest’s Picture Story Feature. Freelance photographer Astrid Riecken won second place and the European Pressphoto Agency’s Jim Lo Scalzo won third place. Awards of excellence went to freelancer T.J. Kirkpatrick […]
Congratulations to freelance photojournalist Melissa Golden for her first place win in the 2014 Eyes of History still contest’s Pictorial category. The Washington Post’s Linda Davidson win second place and Jim Lo Scalzo, European Pressphoto Agency won third place. Awards of excellence went to Andrew Harnik of the The Washington […]
Congratulations to freelance photojournalist Astrid Riecken for her first place win in the 2014 Eyes of History still contest’s feature category. The Washington Time’s Andrew Harnik won a second place and third place while Awards of Excellence went to Jim Lo Scalzo of the European Pressphoto Agency and the Washington […]
Washington based European Pressphoto Agency photojournalist Jim Lo Scalzo has added another excellent essay to his body of work. Lo Scalzo’s most recent collection of photos focuses on surveillance. For more please visit The New York Times Lens Blog sight where Jim’s photo essay can be seen.
WHNPA member and European Pressphoto Agency Jim Lo Scalzo recent work on Smith Island was featured in the Boston Globe’s Big Picture.