Chloe Coleman

Washington, DC

Education: Rochester Institute of Technology, BFA in photography

Chloe Coleman is an award winning photo editor at The Washington Post. Prior to her position in Opinions, she worked for five years 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
Latest from Chloe Coleman

A photographer set out to connect with Italy’s abandoned horses

Cinzia Canneri has been documenting an unlikely class of stray animals in Italy, horses.

December 23, 2022

Protesters around the world condemn Putin’s military invasion, express solidarity with Ukraine

Protests erupted across major cities in Europe and the United States on Thursday in support of Ukraine, with demonstrators denouncing Russia’s attack on its neighbor.

February 25, 2022

The Queer Quarantine

Eleven photographers and one writer on how the pandemic altered lives in the LGBTQ+ community.

June 21, 2021

Love and the art of resistance in Belarus

A photojournalist followed the Belarus Free Theater and the couple, in work and in life, who run it.

October 16, 2020

A photography contest shows the spread of a virus does not stop the spread of creativity

The Inner Outlook contest received over 800 entries from over 25 countries, showing on-the-ground views of the coronavirus pandemic.

May 22, 2020

A photographer sees a place inhabited by a dream version of an unsettled world gripped by pandemic

Oksana Parafeniuk asked people to share dreams they’ve experienced during quarantine and used them as inspiration for a photography series.

May 20, 2020

Here’s what major cities look like now that the coronavirus has shut everything down

The streets of New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and others are abandoned as authorities tell people to stay at home to stop the spread of covid-19.

March 24, 2020

Akinbode Akinbiyi’s street photography from major metropolises in Africa

Akinbode Akinbiyi's street photography is included in one of the largest surveys of contemporary African photography ever presented in the United States

March 16, 2020

    The eerie emptiness in a world facing the coronavirus

    As the coronavirus has spread, the familiar rhythms of life have retreated. The crisis has become a global tableau of what is missing: deserted streets, empty campuses, quiet where there should be bustle.

    March 10, 2020

      What might Britain’s E.U. withdrawal mean for the Irish border? A photo essay.

      The challenge of 'hardening' a border that crisscrosses roads and fields and even runs through the middle of buildings.

      January 15, 2020