Joanna Milter joined The New York Times Magazine as a freelance photo editor in 2004, became an associate photo editor in 2005, and has been deputy photo editor since 2011. She produces photography for covers, special issues, photo essays and features in all sections of The Magazine, as well as video and multimedia pieces for the Magazine online. The New York Times Magazine has been recognized by numerous photography awards and annuals, including American Photography, American Society of Magazine Editors, Society of Publication Designers, World Press Photo, Photo District News, and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Recent Posts by Joanna Milter
- April 9, 2014 by Emily Bazelon, Ilena Silverman, Joanna Milter, Ina Jang, Lia Miller, Mark Van de Walle
This thought-provoking feature tells the stories of victims of child pornography and chronicles their pursuit of restitution from men who view their images, exploring a wide range of legal and emotional issues. Judges praised “The Price of a Stolen Childhood” for “gracefully delivering on its promise to illustrate the emotional, legal and financial impact of a new source of trauma,” and for “showing the complexity of legal interventions and their unintended consequences for victims and survivors.” Originally published in The New York Times Magazine in January, 2013.
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