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Dominic Bracco II • Photographer Profile

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.

Dominic Bracco II

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO • +52 (1) 551.648.9870 • dominic@primecollective.com

 

 
Photo by  Meghan Dhaliwal

About

Dominic Bracco II is a photographer, visual artist, playwright, and journalist. He is a recipient of a W. Eugene Smith fellowship, multiple Pulitzer Center grants, and a Tim Hetherington Memorial Award, and was the runner-up for the Chris Hondros Fund in 2012. His work has appeared in National Geographic, the New York Times Magazine, and The Washington Post. He is a founding member of Prime Collective and lives in Mexico City.

 

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