We are excited to bring you our next Gyal Creating Change Dorie Hagler!
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Dorie Hagler is a long form documentary photographer and activist whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Denver Post, Chicago Tribune, Viewfind, New Mexico Magazine, Saving Land and many others. In March, in response to a celebrity obsessed society, Hagler founded me&EVE a visual feminist movement highlighting the extraordinary stories of ordinary women.
Hagler’s work has been exhibited in both solo and group shows in both galleries and museums throughout the country. She created and published a monthly photo column in the Taos News for eight years before moving to New York City. Her clients include; Tina Brown Live Media, The Eugene M. Lang Foundation, The Kellogg Foundation, The United Nations International School, Marymount, Coffee Kids, Taos Ski Valley, PLASTARC, The Boys and Girls Club of America and the Taos Land Trust.
She is a frequent speaker and teacher at Adorama in New York City and currently Hagler is teaching a photography workshop to female inmates at Riker’s Island.
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