From renowned legends to emerging talent, learn more about the photographers who have shared their images at the Annenberg Space for Photography.

All Photographers

Francine Orr

Growing up in Colorado, Francine Orr was profoundly affected by images of the American civil rights movement, which led her to study history and art at the University of Saint Mary, in Leavenworth, Kansas.

Frank Ockenfels

Frank Ockenfels is a Los Angeles-based photographer who has spent more than two and a half decades working as a portrait photographer, photographing musicians, celebrities, corporate heads and everyday people.

Frans Lanting

Frans Lanting’s influential work has appeared in books, magazines, and exhibitions around the world.

Fredrik Clement

Fredrik Clement shoots sports because the perfectionism and the fierce determination to push boundaries that any athelte is possessed by, is the stuff of great photography and great stories.

Fritz Hoffmann

Fritz Hoffmann is an American photographer known for documentary-style narratives that portray society, culture, the environment and global economics.

Gail Buckland

Gail Buckland is an author, educator, consultant, curator and authority on photography.

Garrett Reisman

Dr. Garrett Reisman was selected by NASA as a mission specialist astronaut in 1998.

Garth Lenz

Garth Lenz is an award winning photographer and one of only 60 photographers to be named a Fellow of the prestigious International League of Conservation Photographers.

Gary Braasch

Environmental photojournalist Gary Braasch creates images and assignments about nature, environment, biodiversity and global warming for publication and around the world.

Gary Dwight Miller

Gary Dwight Miller is a documentary photographer who has recorded social and political issues across the Northeastern United States.

Gavin Heffernan

An AFI grad and Canadian filmmaker/screenwriter, Gavin Heffernan recently co-wrote Bryan Singer’s The Taking of Deborah Logan and Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension for Paramount Pictures.

Gawain Barnard

Gawain Barnard’s photographic work and research mainly focuses around the environment and people of his youth.

Gay Block

As a portrait photographer, Gay Block began in 1973 with portraits of her own affluent Jewish community in Houston and later expanded this study to include South Miami Beach and girls at summer camp.

Geandy Pavón

Geandy Pavón is a Cuban-American painter and photographer whose most recent work documents the mass migration of Cubans to Costa Rica.

Genaro Molina

Genaro Molina’s career as a photojournalist includes working for the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Jose Mercury News, the Claremont Courier and the Sacramento Bee, before joining the staff of the Los Angeles Times in 1995.

Geoff Dyer

Geoff Dyer is the author of four novels: Paris TranceThe SearchThe Colour of Memory, and Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi.

Geoffrey Hiller

Photographer Geoffrey Hiller has been documenting the people of Burma since 1987 and has returned several times since 2011 to capture evidence of change, including images of rallies for Aung San Suu Kyi.

George Steinmetz

Best known for his exploration photography, George Steinmetz has a restless curiosity for the unknown: remote deserts, obscure cultures and the mysteries of science and technology.

George Holz

George Holz’s photographic career in has spanned over three decades.

George Mobley

For 33 years George Mobley was a staff photographer for National Geographic magazine.