brittgreeson@gmail.com  | +1 270 925 7209 |  @brittanygreeson


(she/her) b. 1993 Houston, Texas 

I'm a Detroit, Michigan based documentary photographer and I grew up in the American South and Appalachia. 

I studied Photojournalism and Sociology at Western Kentucky University and was an international student at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in 2014. Prior to working independently, I interned at The Oregonian, The Roanoke Times, The Flint Journal, The Washington Post and the San Antonio Express-News. 

My work examines economic divestment, gender disparity and the daily life of the American working-class primarily through long-form visual narratives and portraiture. I am currently the president of the Michigan Press Photographer's Association and am a member of Women Photograph

I'm available for commission nationally. 

For commercial inquiries - Kiln Pictures  - eb@kilnpictures.com

Recent Recognition 

2020 ART WORKS Project's Emerging Lens Grant Recipient  

2020 GroundTruth Fellow -  Galloway Fellow for Reporting in Appalachia 

2018 Michigan Press Photographer of the Year

2017 GroundTruth Fellow - Crossing the Divide 

2016 Getty Emerging Talent Roster

2016 Hearst National Champion - Photojournalism

Editorial Clients

The New York Times

The Wall Street Journal

TIME

ProPublica

Rolling Stone Magazine

The Washington Post

NRDC

CNN

The Atlantic

The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Kentucky Documentary Photographic Project

The GroundTruth Project

NBC

Leafly

Bloomberg 

US News + World Report

ESPN

The Globe + Mail

Education Week

WIRED

Mother Jones

The LA Times

Quartz

Using Format