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Erica McDonald. Documentary Photographer.

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Erica McDonald.
Began working in the field of photography under the support of esteemed photo dealer Joe Folberg at Vision Gallery in San Francisco, a “mini-mecca” for photographers
When the chance came for her to manage the gallery at The Maine Photographic Workshops, she was rewarded with the opportunity to learn through the company of some of photography’s greatest image makers.
Served as a contributing editor to the book 'Connections Across A Human Planet', a collection of photo documentary stories from around the world
Has reviewed portfolios for PDN PhotoExpo / Palm Springs Photo Festival and ASMP NY.
In 2013 McDonald became an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and began working as a photo editor for a photobook on an African photojournalist, and became faculty at ICP.
She likes dogs too.

DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHER.
Maine. US.
Maine. US.
Where the Sherpas Wander
Jerry Garcia Band / Grateful Dead
California. US.
Mexico
Where the Sherpas Wander
Born in Cleveland, Ohio
A documentary photographer and educator who lives in New York City
Founded DEVELOP Photo to provide resources for the enrichment of the photojournalism, fine art and documentary photography community
Her photography is regularly commissioned for magazines nationally and internationally and has been exhibited worldwide.
Holds a BA in Linguistics from New York University with studies in Anthropology and Art History
Studied printmaking at the Massachusetts College of Art
Worked in graphic design
Returned to New York City to pursue her own photographic work.
Since 2010, she has taught an annual intensive documentary photography workshop through Spazio Labo' Center of Photography.
In 2011, she began teaching in Photojournalism at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and joined the Advisory Committee for Rehabilitation Through Photography and the Editorial Committee at Photojournale.
In 2012, McDonald co-curated an exhibit in Bologna, Italy featuring the work of Amy Stein, Juliana Beasley, Amy Touchette and Erica McDonald, and Multimedia Night: Women in Multimedia for Arte Fiera.
Brooklyn, New York. US.
Brooklyn, New York. US.
Part of "The Laundry Sherpas of Brooklyn" collection
Part of "The Laundry Sherpas of Brooklyn" collection
Part of "Grateful Dead" collection
Dogs
Part of "Along the way - Singles in Black and White" collection
The Dark Light of this Nothing
New York, New York. US.
Part of the "New York City - The Dark Light of this Nothing" collection
Pilgrimage to the Black Madonna
Chestochowa, Poland. Jasna Gora Monastery
Part of the "Pilgrimage to Czetochowa" collection
Occupy Wall Street 2011
New York, New York. US.
The Dark Light of this Nothing
New York, New York. US.
Part of the "New York City - The Dark Light of this Nothing" collection
NYC Portraits
New York, New York. US.
Part of the "New York City Portraits" collection
the pilot light of memory
Part of "the pilot light of memory" collection
the pilot light of memory
Part of "the pilot light of memory" collection
Part of "the pilot light of memory" collection
Maine. US.
the pilot light of memory
Fourth of July
Maine. US.
Part of "Along the Way - Singles in Color" collection
St. Kitts, West Indies.
Part of the "St. Kitts" collection
St. Kitts
ericamcdonaldphoto.com
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