Monique Woo

San Francisco

Photo assignment editor focusing on Business and Technology

Education: University of Missouri, MA in journalism

Monique Woo is a photo assignment editor based in San Francisco and covering business and technology. She has been at The Post since 2020 and previously worked on Travel, Gender & Identity and the Magazine.
Latest from Monique Woo

See the world’s most elaborate Christmas markets

Photos show dazzling Christmas markets from around the globe.

December 23, 2022

    From Jared Kushner to Salt Bae: Here’s who Elon Musk was seen with at the World Cup

    Photos taken of Musk during the World Cup show him amid a group that included Jared Kushner, Qatari leaders and an Indian steelmaking magnate.

    December 20, 2022

      AI can now create images out of thin air. See how it works.

      AI image generators like DALL-E, Lensa and stable diffusion create pictures and photos by interpreting and pairing text and images.

      December 16, 2022

      The queen’s travels, in photos

      Queen Elizabeth II logged 285 official state visits to foreign leaders and the Commonwealth of former colonies.

      September 9, 2022

      See a tightrope walker complete a high-wire walk from the Eiffel Tower

      The French daredevil walked 200 feet above a crowd on Saturday.

      September 20, 2021

      Here are 14 of the week’s best photos

      Israelis celebrate the end of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12-year rule in Tel Aviv; Wasabi the Pekingese, named Best in Show, prepares for the 2021 Westminster Dog Show in Tarrytown, N.Y.; Queen Elizabeth prepares to cut a cake with a sword during a G7 Summit reception in Cornwall, Britain; Rep. Ilhan Omar sheds a tear during a moment of silence to commemorate the 600,000 American lives lost to Covid-19. See 14 of the week’s most interesting and gripping images from around the world, selected by Washington Post photo editors.

      June 18, 2021

      Here are 14 of the week’s best photos

      Wild Asian elephants rest after trekking hundreds of miles from their habitat in China; President Biden encounters a cicada at Joint Base Andrews; boys stop to memorialize 10-year-old Justin Wallace, who was shot and killed in Queens; a solar eclipse rises above the Capitol dome. See 14 of the week’s most interesting and gripping images from around the world, selected by Washington Post photo editors.

      June 11, 2021

      For this photographer, ‘self-portraits were a way to have fun and forget … the craziness happening around us’

      Photographer Linnea Bullion has found inspiration for her self-portraits from her suburban upbringing, sharing with us her sense of humor and eclectic wardrobe.

      November 13, 2020

      These mesmerizing photos from female divers take you to the depths of oceans

      Avid divers reflect on their favorite adventures, before and during the pandemic.

      August 29, 2020

      Photos | How tourist attractions around the world look during the pandemic

      Music venues, sports stadiums and other gathering places are adapting to pandemic-influenced lifestyles.

      August 1, 2020