Christian Tyler Randolph is a California native and current staffer at the Tribune-Review in western Pennsylvania. A Hearst finalist during his time at Western Kentucky University, he has accumulated a spectrum of experience from working as an intern and staffer at seven newspapers across the country covering everything from small fairs and fires to national politics and disasters. A self-described “impulsive” photographer, he seeks to build complex images and narratives starting from the smallest details of everyday life.
Michael DiBari Jr. is currently the Endowed Professor at Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications, Hampton University. He teaches a variety of visual communications courses including: Visual Media, Photojournalism and Web Design.
DiBari holds a Master’s degree in Visual Communications and a Ph.D. in Journalism from Ohio University’s Scripps School of Communication.
Prior to graduate school, DiBari worked as a photojournalist at a variety of news organizations, from the small community newspaper in Milledgeville, Georgia (the Union-Recorder), to The Washington Post and the Associated Press as a freelance photographer.
In February 2017, his first book titled “Advancing the Civil Rights Movement: Race and the Geography of Life Magazine’s Visual Representation, 1954-1965,” was published by Lexington Books.