Natalie Keyssar is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. She is a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal and a member of Reportage by Getty Images Emerging Talent. Her work has been published by The New York Times, Stern, Newsweek, Jet, The Utne Reader, Slate, MSNBC, The Huffington Post, Salon, De Standaard, Vocativ, and The Global Post, among many others. She’s also worked for various commercial and non-profit companies including Community Resource Exchange, Harvard University, AllStar Code, YouTube, and Google.
She was a selected winner for American Photography in 2013 and 2014. Her ongoing project, Flatbush Arabesque was finalist for the 2014 Julia Margaret Cameron Award. In 2013, her work on Child Mortality in Myanmar was nominated for Unicef Photo of the Year, and she was a recipient of an Open Hands Initiative and Global Post “Burma Telling Its Own Story” Fellowship. Her work, Just for Now: A Year in Tent City, won Third Place in the NPPA’s Northern Short Course competition for Feature Stories, and First Place in their Monthly Multimedia competition in 2012, and she was on the International Color Awards for Portraiture Selected List in 2011. Her work has been shown at the Museum of the City of New York/International Center of Photography’s exhibition Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy, and at Bring Back The Boardwalks, a charity auction for the victims of Hurricane Sandy in the fall of 2012.