Dominic Bracco

Dominic BraccoDominic Bracco II is a documentary photographer, installation artist, playwright, author, journalist, and National Geographic Explorer. His series of multidisciplinary projects on the U.S.-Mexico borderlands earned him a 2016 Tim Hetherington Visionary Award, a W. Eugene Smith fellowship, and a National Geographic Exploration Grant. He’s also received multiple grants from the Pulitzer Center, and one from the Chris Hondros Fund. His works have been displayed at festivals, galleries, and museums around the world, including at the Worcester Art Museum and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies at the University of Texas, Arlington, where he earned degrees in journalism and Spanish literature. Dominic’s reporting has appeared in National Geographic magazine, the New York Times MagazineHarper’s magazine, Smithsonian magazine, and many others. He is a founding member of the artist collective Prime and lives in Mexico City.