Jacob Moscovitch

Jacob Moscovitch is a first generation Israeli-American, queer Photo Editor at The New York Times. He joined the team in August 2022 after one year as a Photo Editor at the Los Angeles Times on the Arts & Entertainment desk. Before transitioning to editing, Jacob was a freelance documentary photographer. His work explores themes of identity, youth, family and LGBTQ+ issues within intersectional frameworks. 


Photo Editor, The New York Times, 2022
Photo Editor, Los Angeles Times, 2022
Photo Editing Intern, Los Angeles Times, 2021
Assistant Director of Photography, Columbia Missourian, 2020
Photography Intern, Columbia Missourian, 2019
Photo editing Intern, Columbia Missourian, 2020
Bachelor of Journalism, University of Missouri, 2021
International Student, Danish School of Media, 2020
Missouri Photo Workshop, 2020
National Press Photographers Association, member

Student Photographer of the Year, White House News Photographers Association, 2020
The New York Times, 2019 Year in Pictures
First Place, Picture Story, College Photographer of the Year 2021
First place, COVID Picture Story, College Photographer of the Year 2020
First Place, Interpretive photo, College Photographer of the Year 2021
Second place, Picture Story, College Photographer of the Year 2020
Second place, Portrait, College Photographer of the Year 2020
Award of Excellence, Daily Life Multimedia, Pictures of the Year 2019

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