Darian Woehr is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and National Geographic Explorer currently traveling through Latin America.
She is drawn to stories at the nexus of memory, environments and defining home that occur at pivotal moments in history but are often missing from the headlines. Darian is a founder of The Home Collective, a long term documentary project exploring the concept of home and its definitive role in shaping our future.
She is a member of The Women Photojournalists of Washington, The Video Consortium, Her Wild Vision Initiative and The Jackson Wild Collective. Her work has been featured in publications such as The Washington Post, Associated Press, BBC, HuffPost and NPR. Darian is currently available for assignments worldwide.
2022 White House News Photographers Association, Award of Excellence
2022 National Geographic Explorer Grant
2021 Jackson Wild Summit Virtual Fellow
2021 Getty Editorial Grant
2021 Video Consortium x SONY Mentee
2021 Solutions Journalism Grant
2021 National Geographic COVID-19 Emergency Fund
2020 Adobe Creative Residency Community Fund
2020 National Geographic COVID-19 Emergency Fund
2019 Winner of the Hearst Championship, Multimedia
2018 Society for Environmental Journalists Award for Reporting
2018 Gold in College Photographer of the Year, Multimedia