An Interview with Travis Fox

Travis Fox was hired by Tom Kennedy in 1999, and is currently the staff photographer for

A graduate of the University of Missouri photojournalism school, Travis found himself in a role of defining the way still photojournalists could influence new media.

Working with both stills and video, Travis managed to shake up the photojournalism community this year at the White House News Photographers Assn competition. Going up against the best in network and local station television photojournalists, he helped The Washington Post to sweep the field. He was named cameraman of the year , and editor of the year.

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Tavis' victories point to one of the main points The Digital Journalist has been talking about these last five years: When a photojournalist is able to have complete command of the acquisition and editing process, a personal statement can be made.

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Introduction, from college to the Post.
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On the future of photography on the web.
Making the transition to video.
Using the best tools to tell the story.
Shooting for the website.
On w inning the WHNPA awards.
Advice for young photographers.
"The web is limitless, you can do anything you want."
Nineta's Story, and covering the WTC tragedy.

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