Contributing Photo Editor, Virtual Reality Producer at The New York Times Magazine
Photography | San Francisco Bay Area, US
Jenna Pirog is a photo editor and producer based in Brooklyn, NY.
She is currently a contributing photo editor at The New York Times Magazine, and recently produced the NYT's first virtual reality film, The Displaced.
In October 2015, she joined the Curatorial Advisory Board of the LOOK3 Festival.
In the past few years, she has consulted with Airbnb, Magnum's Postcards From America project, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (an elephant orphanage in Kenya), and the Apple Design Award-winning storytelling app, Storehouse.
She worked with National Geographic wildlife photojournalist Michael "Nick" Nichols for 7 years. She managed the complex productions of his NGM articles, books, exhibits, lectures, and archive.
She was the Producer of the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, VA for 5 years, overseeing the production of all the exhibits, artist interviews, projections, and educational workshops.
As a photographic coordinator at National Geographic magazine, she developed her passion for story development and learned the processes behind producing a world-renowned monthly magazine.