Barbara Davidson is a Pulitzer Prize and Emmy award winning photojournalist.
14 Facts About Barbara Davidson
Barbara Davidson won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography, and a National Emmy, for her work on innocent victims trapped in the crossfire of deadly gang violence in Los Angeles.
Barbara Davidson's photographs were part of a staff entry that won the Los Angeles Times the 2016 Spot News Pulitzer for coverage of the San Bernardino mass shooting.
Barbara Davidson was twice named Newspaper Photographer of the Year by the Pictures of the Year International competition, first in 2006 and later in 2014.
Barbara Davidson was born to Irish immigrants in Montreal, Canada, and graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in photography and film studies.
In 2019, Barbara Davidson was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Laws from Concordia University.
Barbara Davidson is a dual citizen of Ireland and Canada.
Barbara Davidson, born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and holds both Irish and Canadian citizenship.
Barbara Davidson graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photography and Film Studies.
Barbara Davidson has worked for multiple news organizations including The Dallas Morning News, The Washington Times and The Record in Ontario, Canada and the Los Angeles Times as a staff photographer.
Barbara Davidson has covered crisis in Iraq, Afghanistan, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Israel, and Gaza.
Barbara Davidson was recently a special invitee at the 6th Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography at the FotoNostrum Gallery in Barcelona.
Additionally, in 2011 Barbara Davidson was awarded The Community Awareness Award from University of Missouri's Pictures of the Year International for "Stray Bullets," coverage of victims of gang violence in Los Angeles County.
Barbara Davidson has twice, in 2006 and 2013, been named Newspaper Photographer of the Year by POYi.