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Jodi Cobb
Jodi Cobb, Professional Photographer

Always keep in mind that photography is communication: You are telling a story in every image

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National Geographic Photographer

About Jodi Cobb

Jodi Cobb's groundbreaking career spans more than three decades as a staff photographer with National Geographic, one of only four women to have held that position in the magazine's history. She has worked in more than 65 countries, documenting closed societies and disappearing cultural traditions. Ms. Cobb is perhaps best known as the first photographer to document the secret lives and rituals of the geisha, revealed in her book Geisha: The Life, the Voices, the Art. The book was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and won the American Society of Media Photographers Outstanding Achievement Award. In another first, Ms. Cobb provided an unflinching look at the brutal reality of human trafficking in the National Geographic story "21st-Century Slaves." Featured as one of National Geographic's Women of Vision in a new book and exhibition, Ms. Cobb has repeatedly received National Press Photographers Association Pictures of the Year and World Press awards. In 2012, she was awarded one of journalism's most prestigious honors, the Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism. Learn more about Ms. Cobb at http://www.jodicobb.com/

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