About Kevin Moloney Archive

Kevin Moloney
is a photojournalist, media researcher and consultant who was a regular contributor to the New York Times for more than 20 years covering the Rocky Mountain region. His images appeared on the Times front page 50 times, and on section fronts hundreds more. He has photographed more than 960 stories for the U.S. newspaper of record.

Kevin's work has also appeared in U.S. News & World Report, Fortune, Life, Time, Stern, The Chicago Tribune, The Independent, USA Today, Elle, Marie Claire, Business Week, the Christian Science Monitor, and National Geographic publications. He was one of two journalists selected as inaugural recipients of the Ford Environmental Journalism Fellowship.

For 21 years Kevin was a lecturer of photojournalism at the University of Colorado Boulder. In 2008 his students secured for him the Robin F. Garland Education award, given by the National Press Photographers Association in honor of achievement in photojournalism education.

His students are winners of World Press, POYi, Best of Photojournalism, Hearst and CPOY competitions. They have been listed on PDN magazine's 30 Emerging Photographers lists, and winners of Alicia Patterson, Getty, Inge Morath and Aftermath Project grants.

Kevin also has extensive international journalism training experience having taught photojournalism workshops in Argentina, Chile, the Falkland Islands, Myanmar and most recently in Venezuela. He holds a Ph.D. in technology, media and society from the the University of Colorado's ATLAS Institute, and teaches transmedia journalism at the Center for Emerging Media Design and Development at Ball State University. He lives in Noblesville, Indiana.

Contact Kevin for photographic assignments, archive research requests and licensing, as well as lectures, workshops and consulting.