About

 

Judith Walgren is an Pulitzer Prize-winning documentary photographer, visuals editor, teacher, artist, curator and writer. She is also the Editorial Director for the visual storytelling startup, ViewFind, where she oversees a team of photo editors, writers and designers who help global photographers and brands build visual narratives for publication across digital and print platforms. From 2010 to 2015, Walgren lead the visuals team at the San Francisco Chronicle as the director of photography.

She has worked on staffs at the Dallas Morning News, the Rocky Mountain News, the Denver Post and as a freelance photographer, producer, editor and curator, as well. In 2016, she received her MFA in Visual Art from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and began her exploration into the disruption of historic visual archives. She recently received an Arts Matters Foundation Grant to support her research into the history of the California Mission System. Walgren lives in San Francisco with her son, Theo.