Sofia Aldinio
Sofia Aldinio
Tara Pixley
Angela Ponce

This exhibition of work, presented by the Pulitzer Center and Diversify Photo, explores the intersections of erasure, injustice, and resilience in the face of climate change’s relentless advance. These photographs take us to climate-affected communities in the sunny hills of Southern California, fading coastlines in Baja Sur, Mexico, and melting ice caps above Cusco, Peru.

The Eyewitness Photojournalism Grant, which supports visual storytelling by photojournalists from historically underrepresented backgrounds in the media, supported the three featured projects.

Artist Bios

  • Tara Pixley

    Tara Pixley

    Tara Pixley is a queer Jamaican-American photojournalist and assistant professor of journalism at Temple University. Her photography, which reimagines race, gender, and LGBTQ+ and immigrant communities through a liberation lens, has appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, Newsweek, Allure, HuffPost, ProPublica, Nieman Reports, and ESPN, among many others.

    She is a 2022 Reynolds Journalism Fellow, a 2021 IWMF NextGen fellow, a 2020 World Press Photo Solutions Visual Journalism Initiative awardee, and a visiting 2016 Knight fellow at Harvard University’s Nieman Foundation for Journalism.

    Pixley is the secretary of the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) Board and the executive director of Authority Collective, an organization dedicated to establishing equity in visual media.

  • Sofia Aldinio

    Sofia Aldinio

    Sofia Aldinio is an Argentine-American documentary photographer and multimedia storyteller. She is currently based between Portland, Maine, and Baja California, Mexico. Her work uses collaborative practices to tell stories about home, immigration, climate change, and preserving natural and cultural heritage through an interdisciplinary process that uses photography, archival materials, illustrations, motion, audio, and written narratives.

    Much of Aldinio’s documentary work amplifies stories of immigrants and refugees arriving in the American Northeast. She was awarded two grants through the Maine Arts Commission to develop community-based projects where immigrants explore belonging in a foreign place.

    In 2022, she received the Kindling Fund Grant to develop an interdisciplinary storytelling workshop and exhibition within the immigrant community in Portland, Maine.

  • Angela Ponce

    Angela Ponce is a documentary photographer and photojournalist who grapples with social issues in the Latin American context with a particular focus on the narratives of Peruvian Indigenous communities, climate change, extractivism, and armed conflict. She frequently contributes to The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Reuters. Her photographs have also been published in Los Angeles Times, Bloomberg, BBC, Die Zeit, The Guardian, NPR, and El País.


  • The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

    The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

    The Pulitzer Center’s mission is to champion the power of stories to make complex issues relevant and inspire action. Founded in 2006, the Center is an essential source of support for enterprise reporting in the United States and globally. The thousands of journalists and educators in our networks span more than 80 countries, and our work reaches tens of millions of people each year through our news-media partners. The journalism we support covers the world’s biggest challenges today, from the environment and global health to human rights and artificial intelligence.

  • Diversify Photo

    Diversify Photo

    Diversify Photo is a community of BIPOC and non-Western photographers, editors, and visual producers working to break with the predominantly colonial and patriarchal eye through which history and the media have recorded the images of our time.

Eyewitness: The Shadows of Climate Change

 coming soon

Featuring: Tara Pixley Sofia Aldinio Angela Ponce

Curated by: Alex M Sanchez Katherine Jossi Sarah Swan Grace Jensen Daniel Vasta

Presented by: The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting & Diversify Photo
  • The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
  • Diversify Photo


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View Location Details Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

1 Water St
Brooklyn, NY 11201

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Images by Sofia Aldinio, Tara Pixley, and Angela Ponce. All photographs were supported by the Eyewitness Photojournalism Grant by the Pulitzer Center and Diversify Photo.

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