I am senior digital photo editor at The New Yorker and producer of the Photo Booth column.

I'm also part-time faculty in the BFA photography program at Parsons and co-founded FotoKonbit, a non-profit organization created to engage, educate, and support Haitians in the telling of their own stories through photography. I joined the staff of The New Yorker in 2021. Previously, I was program officer at Magnum Foundation from 2021-2016, a lecturer in the African Diaspora and Art History programs at Florida International University from 2021-2010, and a contract photographer for the Miami Herald from 2009-2003.

Contact: noelle_flores-theard@newyorker.com / Instagram / LinkedIn