Photo editor focusing on international news Education: Rochester Institute of Technology, BFA in photography Chloe Coleman is an award winning photo editor at The Washington Post, currently working on the international news desk. She is a contributing writer and editor on the Washington Post’s In Sight photo blog where she has written about and featured contemporary photography, photo books and exhibitions. Her career in photo editing began as an intern at NPR, followed by her first staff position as a digital photo editor at The Denver Post. She attended the Columbus College of Art and Design and is a graduate of the photojournalism program at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Chloe also serves as a faculty member at The Kalish Visual Editing Workshop. Honors & Awards:
NPPA Best of Photojournalism for photo editing in 2017
Professional Affiliations: National Press Photographers Association
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