Harrison Hill is a documentary photographer based in New York City. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, he studied Photojournalism and French at Western Kentucky University. His work explores complex American and European subcultures and the issues that hide between our main highways. Starting and continuing his career with the same Nikon N90 his father gave him in high school, Harrison is following the footsteps of his retired photojournalist father.

Harrison is currently a photo intern for The Players' Tribune, and a contributor for The New York Times.

His resume can be viewed here.

Contact: Harrisonhillphoto@gmail.com


Recent Accolades 

2017 Eddie Adams Workshop XXX | Participant 

2017 White House News Photographers Association | Student Photographer of The Year

2017 The New York Times Portfolio Review | Participant

2016 Hearst Photojournalism Foundation | 1st Place News and Feature 

2016 White House News Photographers Association | Runner-Up Student Photographer of The Year

2016 College Photographer of The Year | Sports Feature - 1st Place

2016 Kentucky News Photographers Association | College Photographer of The Year

2016 The Momenta Workshop | West Award Recipient

2016 National Press Photographers FoundationJimi Lott Scholarship Recipient

2015 The New York Times Portfolio Review | Participant

2015 Boston Press Photographers Association | News | 1st and 2nd Place | Feature - 3rd and Honorable Mention | Sports - 2nd Place

2015 College Photographer of The YearSports Action - Award of Excellence

2015 Associated Collegiate Press | Runner-Up Multimedia Story of The Year

2014 NPPA Best of PhotojournalismSports Action - Honorable Mention


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