Danielle Jackson has worked with leading photographers, filmmakers, and cultural institutions to develop projects, partnerships, and initiatives for social impact. She is a fellow-in-residence at NYU's Center for Experimental Humanities and the co-founder and former co-director of the Bronx Documentary Center. She is on the faculty at Stanford in New York and International Center of Photography. Her projects have been covered in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, The Washington Post, CBS News, and elsewhere.
for artnet: What the Whitney Biennial Tells Us About the Future of Photography—and the Artists Who Will Shape It
for Art.sy: Art Spaces Can Bridge Social Divides–But First You Need to Know Your Neighbors
for Re-Picture: The impact of photography amidst the extinction of the mass media
for artnet News: Behind the Frieze Art Fair’s Secret Plan to Create an Art Utopia in the Bronx
for 100 Hard Truths: Always Search for the Real Thing
for American Realness: Between Rage and Love
for Recess Projects: Get In Where You Can Fit In
for NEA: Can Photographers Restore Their Devastated Business?
WAM!NYC Annual Conference: Report The Facts, Frame The Future
Reuters / International Center of Photography