Education: SUNY Purchase School of Art + Design, BFA in Photography, 2003; Corcoran College of Art + Design, MA in New Media Photojournalism, 2014
Zoeann is a visual journalist on staff at The Washington Post. She reports largely on humanitarian and environmental crises as well as covering breaking news. She has worked in over 20 countries. In recent years, she’s focused on the global rise of border walls, forced migration, climate change, and the aftermath of natural disasters.
Honors & Awards:
Scripps Howard Foundation's Multimedia Award for Sin Luz: Life without Power, 2018
White House News Photographers Association's Best Multimedia Package, 1st Place for Sin Luz: Life without Power, 2018
National Press Foundation's Innovative Storytelling Award for Raising Barriers, 2018
National Emmy nomination, Outstanding New Approaches: Current News for Sin Luz: Life without Power, 2018
Edward R Murrow Award in Hard News for Flint Coverage: Tainted Water, Little Hope, 2017
Webby for Best Individual Editorial Experience for Voices from Standing Rock 2017
World Press Photo’s Innovative Storytelling, 1st place for Raising Barriers, 2017
Pictures of the Year International’s Online Feature Story Editing, 1st place for Waypoint, 2017
White House News Photographers Association's Best Multimedia Package, 1st place for Raising Barriers, 2017
National Press Foundation’s Best Use of Technology for Waypoint, 2017.
National Emmy nomination Outstanding New Approaches: Documentary for Raising Barriers, 2017
Emmy for A Year of Reckoning: Fatal Police Shootings, 2016
White House News Photographers Association's Multimedia Issue Reporting for In Turkey, Syrian refugees find a home of their own, 2015
Professional Affiliations: National Press Photographers Association, White House News Photographers Association
The continental United States is 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than it was a century ago. Seas around the coasts are nine inches higher. Damage is mounting because of these fundamental changes, and Americans are living it.