Dominic Bracco II

Currently in Mexico City, Mexico | +521.551.648.9870 | dominic@primecollective.com

About

Dominic Bracco II explores the effects of global economics on local communities. Although he works internationally, Dominic’s work often returns to document the effects of Mexican and North American policies on the Texas / Mexico border region where he was raised. He has degrees in journalism and Spanish literature from The University of Texas at Arlington. Past clients include The New York Times Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. Dominic is also a founding member of the collective Prime. He is based in Mexico City.

Awards+Honors

2014 Emerging Photographer Fund Finalist
2014 Lange-Taylor Prize semifinalist
2014 Mongabay Grant recipient
2014 Michael P. Smith Grant finalist
2014 HM Foto Visura Grant
2013 Pulitzer Center Grant
2013 Emerging Photographer Fund shortlist
2013 Lange-Taylor Prize semifinalist
2012 APA / Lucie Foundation Scholarship shortlist
2012 Pulitzer Center Grant
2012 Chris Hondros Fund Runner Up
2012 named one of PDN’s 30 Photographers to watch
2011 W. Eugene Smith Fellowship
2011 Tim Hetherington Memorial Award
2011 Pulitzer Center Grant
2011 Emerging Photographer Fund Finalist
2011 Eddie Adams Workshop
2011 Pictures of the Year International, 2nd place spot news
2011 Alexia Foundation Grant finalist
2011 Michael P. Smith Grant finalist
2011 Prime Collective cofounder

Exhibits

2014 (group) The Culture of Food, Brooklyn, New York
2014 (group) Guns Without Borders in Mexico and Central America, Worcester Art Museum
2014 (solo) My Republic, KSpace Contemporary, Corpus Christi, Texas
2014 (group) Oso Bay Biennial, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
2013 (group) TLC Posse, Cholula, Mexico
2013 (group) Pulitzer Center Photojournalist Shorts, Washington
2013 (group) Environmental Film Festival, Washington
2012 (solo) Under One Roof, World AIDS Conference, Washington
2012 (group) Lumix Festival of Young Photojournalists, Hannover, Germany
2012 (group) Liberty and Justice, Fovea Gallery, Beacon, New York
2012 (group) Liberty and Justice, VII Gallery, New York
2011 (solo) Central Library, University of Texas at Arlington, Texas
2011 (screening) UN Summit, Harvard University, Boston
2011 (group) Foto Week DC, Washington, D.C.
2011 (group) Prime Show, Virginia
2011 (group) Ian Parry Scholarship Finalists Exhibition, Getty Gallery, London
2010 (group) Ian Parry Scholarship Finalists Exhibition, Getty Gallery, London
2008 (group) Honfluer Gallery, London

Lectures+Workshops

2014 Summit for Conflict Resolution Educators at George Mason University
2014 Scribe Documentary workshop, Philadelphia
2014 World Affairs Council, Washington D.C., teaching educators
2014 LookBetween Photography Festival
2014 “Oso Bay Biennial,” Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
2014 “Aqui Vivimos, Violence in Honduras,” Washington, D.C. area high schools
2013 “Pulitzer Center Photojournalist Shorts,” panel discussion, West End Cinema, Washington, D.C.
2013 “Los Ni Ni and the Sea of Cortez,” Washington D.C. area high schools
2013 “Free Spirit Media and Pulitzer Center Workshop,” Chicago, IL
2013 “Reimaging Borders Workshop,” San Diego University
2013 “The Truth Behind the War in Juarez,” Texas State University
2012 “Global Goods, Local Costs,” George Washington University panel discussion.
2012 “Global Goods, Local Costs,” Fotoweek D.C. photography festival
2012 “Global Goods, Local Costs.” Washington D.C. area highschools
2012 “SIU Weekend Workshop,” Southern Illinois University
2012 “Endangered Children, Discussion Event, and class lectures” Elon University
2012 “Globalization and Youth Culture in Mexico,” Chicago area high schools
2012 “Globalization and Youth Culture in Mexico,” Philadelphia area high schools
2012 “Growing up in Juarez,” Davidson College
2012 “Mexico’s Forgotten Generation,” San Diego University
2011 “New Approaches to Crisis Photography,” George Washington University
2011 “Globalization and the US, Mexico Border,” The University of Texas at Arlington

Sea Also:

http://dominicbracco.photoshelter.com/

Dominic Bracco II Currently in Mexico City, Mexico Mobile: +521.551.648.9870
Melanie Burford Currently in Brooklyn, NY, USA Mobile: +1.917.971.3409
Brendan Hoffman Currently in Moscow, Russia Mobile: +7.967.192.1401
Charlie Mahoney Currently in Boston, MA, USA Mobile: +1.617.417.4242
Pete Muller Currently in Nairobi, Kenya Mobile: 786.546.539
Lance Rosenfield Currently in Washington, DC, USA Mobile: +1.512.569.0432
Max Whittaker Currently in Sacramento, California, USA Mobile: +1.530.218.4219
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