Seth Herald (b.1991) is an American documentary photographer raised in Southern Indiana and is currently in Natchez, Mississippi.
He has worked across the United States covering national news and has spent time in Israel and the Occupied Territories documenting life as it unfolds.
In 2015, He placed first and second in the Indiana Associated Press Awards for his collaborative work covering the HIV epedimic in Southern Indiana with WFYI public radio for Best continuous coverage of a single event, and Best news series.
His work has appeared in publications such as: The Atlantic, BBC, Bloomberg Businessweek, CNN, Esquire, Forbes, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Mondoweiss, NPR, Newsweek, TIME Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and others.
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The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
Kaiser Health News
Indiana AP Awards.
Best Continuous Coverage of a Single Event: For WFYI "Indiana's HIV Outbreak Highlights Indiana's Rural Opioid Addiction Epidemic"
Best News Series: For WFYI "Getting Right: HIV Outbreak Spurs Change in Austin, Indiana."