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Sunday, September 20 • 8:00am - 8:30am
The Pictures of 2020

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Five of the Texas Tribune's favorite photographers on the images that define a year like no other and the stories behind them.

This session was available to ticket holders of the 2020 Texas Tribune Festival for the duration of the monthlong event.

Check out the Festival website for some of our freely available favorite sessions, and sign up to receive updates from the Festival team about available session videos, upcoming events and news on #TribFest21.

Want to see more? Here's a look at more work from Tribune photographers in this extraordinary year — and some of the gear they've used.

This session is supported by Texas Cultural Trust.

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Miguel Gutierrez Jr.

Photo Editor & Photographer for The Texas Tribune
Gutierrez oversees the Tribune’s photography operation, thinking strategically about how to tell visually rich stories about Texas government and politics. Previously, he worked as a multimedia producer for the state attorney general’s office in New York. Gutierrez has also worked... Read More →

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Eddie Gaspar

Photographer for The Texas Tribune
Gaspar is an associate photo editor for The Texas Tribune, where he started as a fellow in 2019. He has worked as a photo editor at The Daily Texan, a multimedia intern at KUT and a contributor at Do512. Gaspar has also worked for Texas Student Television’s “Austin Underground... Read More →
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Jordan Vonderhaar

Vonderhaar is a documentary photographer based in Austin, Texas. His work centers around broad trends in society, as seen through the development of subcultures. Most recently, Vonderhaar spent time at various protests in Austin to document the intersection of racial justice and... Read More →
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Shelby Tauber

Tauber is a freelance photographer based in Dallas. Her recent work covers the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement. Previously, she worked as a photo and multimedia intern for the Austin American-Statesman and as a photo fellow for the Texas Tr... Read More →
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Pu Ying Huang

Huang is a freelance photographer based in Houston and Bogotá, Colombia. Previously, she served as managing editor, photo editor and designer for The Daily Texan. Huang was a multimedia intern for KUT, Austin's NPR affiliate. Huang’s work has been featured by The Texas Tribune... Read More →

Sunday September 20, 2020 8:00am - 8:30am CDT