Daniel Berehulak in conversation with David Furst, International Picture Editor for The New York Times, chaired by William A. Ewing
Daniel Berehulak is an award-winning Australian photographer and photojournalist based in Mexico City. Having visited more than 60 countries for his commissioned work, Berehulak is a regular contributor to The New York Times, and recently won a second Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography with his photo essay They Are Slaughtering Us Like Animals, covering President Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal campaign of violence in the Philippines.
David Furst is the International Picture Editor of The New York Times. Following nearly a decade as a photojournalist documenting conflicts in the Middle East, Furst switched gears and became an editor. Since joining the Times in 2010, he has coordinated the newspaper’s enhanced international emphasis on photography that has won numerous awards including the Pulitzer Prize for photography four years in a row, the World Press Photo of the Year, and four George Polk Awards. In 2016, Furst was nominated for an Emmy award, and was named visual editor of the year by both the Lucie Foundation and Pictures of the Year International.
Their conversation will be moderated by writer, Museum Director and curator of the 2017 Photo London Talks Programme, William A. Ewing.