+ The Fine Line
+ The Power of Gold
+ The Secret Life of Passwords
+ The Ballad of Geeshie and Elvie
+ A New Story Told at Ground Zero
+ Sally Mann's Exposure
+ A Liquid Fear
+ This Place | Struggling for Gay Equality in the South
+ A Face in Progress
+ A Toxic Trade
+ Finding Hope in the Vigils of Paris | A VR Film
+ Grief Interrupted in Paris
Leslye Davis is a documentarian and photographer at The New York Times, where she has worked since 2012. She reports across multiple desks and frequently collaborates with the newspaper’s designers and graphics department.
In 2016, she was on the team of journalists who were awarded the
Overseas Press Club’s David Kaplan Award
for their coverage of the
-led terrorist attacks in Paris. Her work has been nominated for an Emmy, a
Gerald Loeb Award for explanatory journalism
and she was part of a team of Times journalists who were finalists for the 2016
Pulitzer Prize for international reporting.
In 2011 Pictures of the Year International (POYi) awarded her “Multimedia Portfolio of the Year.”
Her work focuses on innovation in storytelling, grounded in the pursuit of understanding everyday issues.