“I think Instagram is a great space to reach a large audience; it’s a space that is non-elitist and inclusive.For me, it is also a space that allows me to experiment with ideas.” – Katrin Koenning
You may read more about the article in which Katrin was featured, by clicking the image below:
Katrin teaches the photojournalism major for final year students in our Bachelor of Photography program. She is also a curatorial adviser for Wallflower Photomedia Gallery and her work has been published in Photographers’ Sketchbooks (Thames & Hudson 2014), The Guardian, Marie Claire Magazine, GUP Magazine, FLAK Photo, Humble Arts, Burn Magazine, Firecracker and Der Spiegel. She is a regular contributor to the New York Times and has won a number of awards including the Troika Editions Format Exposure Prize, the Bowness Photography Prize People’s Choice Award, Australia’s Top Emerging Documentary Photographer, a National Geographic Award and the JGS Award by the Forward Thinking Museum. Katrin regularly exhibits both nationally and internationally, including at festivals such as the Athens Photo Festival, PhotoIreland, New York Photo Festival (US), Noorderlicht (NL), FORMAT (GB), Voies Off (FR), Gijon Photojournalism Festival (E), Athens Photo Festival (GR) and PhotoIreland (IRL).