Tanner Curtis

Associate Photo Editor,
Tanner Curtis joined in 2013 as an associate photo editor with a focus on domestic news, politics and sports. A native of Kentucky, he holds a bachelor's degree in Photojournalism from Western Kentucky University. Previously, Curtis worked as a photo editor at the New York Daily News and as a photographer for several newspapers in the United States.

Latest Posts by Tanner Curtis

President Barack Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner wait to unveil a statue of Rosa Parks during an unveiling in Statuary Hall on Capitol Hill in Washington, Feb. 27, 2013.

Wire Photographer Spotlight: Political Perspective with Brendan Smialowski

Each month, LightBox profiles a notable wire photographer in recognition of the brave and tireless work of these often unsung photojournalists. For October, in light of the recent government shutdown, we acknowledge the work of Brendan Smialowski, who shoots for AFP (Agence France-Presse).

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Lexington Avenue, July 2005

New Eyes on Familiar Streets: Todd Gross in New York City

Never having worked before as a professional photographer, the Queens-native wanders the streets of New York City capturing the humor and darkness that coexists on every block.

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In Progress

The Dreamy Dissonance of @echosight

The way we collaborate is simplified more every day. No longer are we required to share printed essays or negatives to work with each other; all we need is an internet connection. This idea is part of the inspiration behind @echosight, a joint-Instagram account between photographers Danny Ghitis in New York and Daniella Zalcman in London.

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KCNA / Corbis
Out There

Kim Jong Il Looking at Things

On Kim Jong Un’s birthday, LightBox presents a new book highlighting his father’s uncanny ability to look at just about everything.

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