Damon Winter of The New York Times has won the POYi Multimedia Portfolio of the Year award in the final session of judging at the POYi competition. See the full report is at poyi.org.
Winter was honored for a portfolio of work that included video and stills for “Finding Purpose After Living With Delusion,”, about a man living with schizophrenia, “Sky Cowboys,” about the iron workers rebuilding 1 World Trade Center, and for his contributions to the interactive feature “A Year at War, Coming Home,” about a US batallion’s deployment and return.
Other winners in the multimedia division of the competition include Time magazine, which won the Documentary Project of the Year award for “Beyond 9/11,” a project by photographer Marco Grob for the tenth anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks. Time magazine also won the News Multimedia Story award for a project about the uprising in Egypt shot by contract photographer Dominic Nahr.
Other winners included Alfonso Moral and Roser Corella, who won the Long-Form Multimedia Documentary Award for this project called “Machine Man,” about manual laborers in Bangladesh:
The Issue Reporting Multimedia Story award went to freelancers Elles Van Gelder and Ilvy Njiokiktjien for this project called “Afrikaner Blood,” about extremists clinging to South Africa’s apartheid past:
Reporter Corinne Reilly and photographer Ross Taylor of the Virginia Pilot won the Feature Multimedia Story award for this story called “Home | Front” about a Virginia family separated by the war in Afghanistan:
A complete list of categories, with links to all the winning entries, is online at poyi.org.
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