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RECOGNITION

Chosen, American Photography 35, 2019

Attended, Eddie Adams XXXI, 2018

Attended The New York Times Portfolio Review, 2018

Chosen, American Photography 34, 2018

Second Place, Northern Short Course - Portrait/Personality, 2018

Nominated, PDN’s 30: New and Emerging Photographers to Watch, 2018

Women Photograph Scholarship, Missouri Photo Workshop 69, 2017

Chosen, American Photography 32, 2016

Selected for Portraiture: Pictures in Photography, Black Box Gallery, Juried by Kelli Pennington, Portland, Oregon, 2015

Allison Zaucha (b.1991) is an independent award-winning photojournalist based in Los Angeles, California. She is passionate about working on social issues with a variety of news publications and nonprofit organizations. In addition, Allison enjoys developing meaningful storytelling campaigns with brands and commercial clients. She uses the camera as a means of connection, empowerment and understanding.  Allison is a member of Women Photograph and NPPA.

Her work has been published in Vanity Fair, WIRED, Forbes, Esquire, US News and Report, CNN, The Lily, San Francisco Chronicle, Vox, ABC News, Baltimore Sun and the historical book Together We Rise: The Official Oral History of the Women’s March by the Organizers.

SELECTED CLIENTS

The New York Times, The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, The CUT at New York Magazine, NPR, ESPNW, BuzzFeed News, Cosmopolitan, Broadly-VICE, Life & Thyme, Youtube, sweetgreen, The Wing, Kohler, International Rescue Committee, Travis Manion Foundation

MEDIA 

The Candid Frame, Interview, 2019

Capital Gazette, COLLAB Exhibition, 2018

Momenta, Instagram Takeover, 2017

UpStart Magazine, “Framed by Strength” by Emmy Nicklin, 2017

Roads & Kingdoms, Instagram Takeover, 2016

Creator’s Block Podcast, Episode 13 with Liz Murphy and Jessie-Lee Nichols, 2016