Bryan Thomas: 2019 Daylight Photo Awards Winner 

We are proud to announce that Bryan Thomas is the winner of the 2019 Daylight Photo Awards! His project 'Sunrise/Sunset' looks at the impact of gun violence on the African American community. As the 2019 DPA winner, Bryan will receive a $1000 cash prize and a digital feature.

Click here to see Daylight's Digital Feature on Bryan Thomas's project.

Bryan Thomas is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY and a recent recipient of The Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward 2017 Award. His work is held in the libraries of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Bryan graduated from Dartmouth College and worked at GQ Magazine before returning to graduate school at Ohio University. He is a regular contributor to the New York Times. 

2019 Daylight Photo Award Juror’s picks:
Jacqueline Bates (California Sunday Magazine): Rydel Cerezo
Clinton Cargill (Vanity Fair): Felipe Beltran
Elizabeth Renstrom (Vice): Sara Bennett
Gabriel H. Sanchez (BuzzFeed News): Delaney Allen
Kamil Tyebally (Refinery 29): Gianluca Calise


2020 JURY
Andrew Hinderaker (New York Times)
Gregory Jones (In the In-Between)
Eve Schillo (LACMA)
Erik Vroons (GUP)
Jane Yeomans (Bloomberg)
2020 DPA Submissions Open March 1
Submission Fee: