Alice Gabriner led TIME’s photo department through the election and inauguration of Barack Obama and for the first two years of the Obama administration, she served as Deputy Director of Photography.
Alice oversaw the magazine¹s award-winning coverage of the Iraq War, and worked with TIME’s notable team of photographers during the 2000 Presidential election of George W. Bush which resulted in two monographs.
Gabriner photo edited The New Yorker photo essay Ghost Towers which was nominated for an ASME award in 2020. She produced TIME’s year-long multimedia project Finding Home and it received the top prize in the 2018 World Press Photo contest for Innovative Storytelling, and a 2018 Emmy Award nomination in the Outstanding New Approaches Documentary category.
Alice Gabriner is a visual editor, curator, and educator with more than 30 years of experience in journalism at The New Yorker, The New York Times, National Geographic, and TIME.
Co Chair and Founding Member of The Lucie Awards, the most prestigious award and gala event honoring the Masters of Photography. The Lucies is considered the Academy Awards in the field of Photography.
Head of Judging for the International Photo Awards, (IPA) world renown photo competition with over 20,000 submissions competing for different titles among them “Photographer of the Year”. She oversees and is responsible for selecting the IPA jurors who are among the most distinguished people in the world’s photo community.
MEET THE GALLERISTS, PHOTO EDITORS AND DIRECTORS, ART COLLECTORS, AND OTHER PHOTOGRAPHY LUMINARIES THAT COMPRISE OUR JURY PANEL.