Janet Jarman is a photojournalist and multimedia producer based in Mexico. Her work concentrates on social issues and has been featured in a range of leading publications such as The New York Times. Jarman’s photography also has won an American Photography first prize and several juried competitions. Her most recent project for The Times, “Calling the Midwife in Chiapas,” will be developed into a full-length documentary with the support of a MacArthur Foundation grant.
Feature Stories by Janet
- Can Pátzcuaro and Surrounding Colonial Crafts Towns Survive Modern Mexico? (photographer/videographer)