Michael Santiago and Kelly Creedon Receive CPOY Awards

Michael Santiago and Kelly Creedon, winners of Alexia 2015 student grants, took home awards from this year’s College Photographer of the Year (CPOY) Awards. The CPOY competition is one of the most prestigious contests for student photojournalists to compete in, with more than 600 entries from 130 different colleges and universities from around the world. Continue reading

“The Long Night” chosen as Finalist for 2015 Dart Center Award

The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma named “The Long Night” as one of eight finalists for the 2015 Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma. The feature length documentary film by Tim Matsui and MediaStorm was made possible with the support of The Alexia Foundation Women’s Initiative Grant. Continue reading

The Long Night wins 1st Place Multimedia in Best of Photojournalism

“The Long Night” wins the 2015 Best of Photojournalism Multimedia award for Alexia Women’s Initiative grantee Tim Matsui from the National Press Photographers Association. Continue reading

The Long Night Wins 1st Place Long Form Documentary Feature in 2015 World Press Photo competition

The 2015 World Press Photo competition has given First Place in the Long Feature Documentary category to “The Long Night” by Tim Matsui and MediaStorm. Continue reading

POYi awards Alexia Grantees

Alexia grantees received many top awards in the 72nd Annual Pictures of the Year International (POYi) competition, the oldest and one of the most prestigious contests for photojournalism. Continue reading

Vest and Kashi Win Top POYi Awards

Alexia 2011 award winner Brad Vest and advisory council member Ed Kashi took top honors in the 72nd annual Pictures of the Year International (POYi) Competition. Vest was recognized as the Newspaper Photographer of the Year and Kashi was named Multimedia Photographer of … Continue reading

Mike Davis Featured on Multimedia Week

Mike Davis was the feature of a recent interview on Multimedia Week. The show was hosted by Dr. David Campbell, a writer, professor and producer who analyses visual storytelling and produces stories himself. In the interview, Davis discusses the state … Continue reading