Erin Siegal is an editorial, documentary, and portrait photographer. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Time magazine, Rolling Stone, and many other magazines and newspapers.
Based in New York City, Erin has studied at the School of Visual Arts, Parsons School of Design, and Harvard University. She also worked as James Nachtwey’s studio manager and assisted Susan Meiselas before becoming freelance.
Clients include Reuters, Human Rights Campaign, the New York Times, the Urban Justice Center, Rolling  Stone, the United Nations, and more.
She is a 2008/09 fellow at the Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Reporting at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, and is a recipient of the 2008/09 Anne O’Hare McCormick Scholarship Award from the Newswomen’s Club of New York.
For inquiries regarding assignments and stock sales, please contact Marcel Saba or Laura Reid at Redux Pictures.


Author of Finding Fernanda (Beacon Press 2012). Investigative reporter & producer for Univision Documentales. Senior Fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism. Radio reporter for the Fronteras Desk & NPR’s Latino USA. Contributing photographer at Redux Pictures2012-2013 Soros Media Justice Fellow. Board member: Journalism & Women Symposium (JAWS). Independent multimedia journalist splitting time between Tijuana, Mexico and the U.S. Tech-savvy, bicultural & eternally optimistic. Also, #FOIAgeek.


Email: erin.siegal@gmail.com 

Twitter: @ESMcIntyre 

PGP key: http://bit.ly/1kfe5lu

Mail: P.O. Box 431953, San Ysidro, California 92143






For photo assignments and inquiries, please contact reps Julia Rish or Marcel Saba at Redux PicturesLiterary representation by Farley Chase at The Chase Agency.

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