Brent Murray is an award-winning digital creative leader, having conceived and produced many original and online-exclusive investigative photographic pieces, collaborating with some of the industry's greatest talents including Bruce Gilden, Ed Kashi, Ben Baker, Christopher Morris, Amy Arbus, Ron Haviv, Ben Baker, Lynsey Addario, James Whitlow Delano, Jill Greenberg, and more.
Currently a photo editor at The New York Times, he has been the Director of Photography at Bloomberg Business, Associate Director of Photography at People Magazine, and was Vogue magazine's first online art director, overseeing the visual redesign of Vogue.com as well as coordinating and editing photographic and video coverage of New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks, and major events such as the Met Gala and Fashion's Night Out for both the web site and the magazine. He previously worked as a photo and video editor for Condé Nast Portfolio.
Brent spent eight years as a web designer and then a photo editor at The New York Times, where he produced many award-winning multimedia pieces, videos and photo essays. His own photographic work has been published in The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Art Forum, Bloomberg Businessweek, Der Spiegel, Zeit Magazine, Conde Nast Portfolio, O, Viking Books and Random House Books.
He is currently in production directing a classical music feature documentary.
Webby Award, 2012, People's Choice: Vogue.com
Pictures of the Year International, Best Use of Photography on NYTimes.com, 2004
Pictures of the Year International, "Photographer's Journal", 2004
Pictures of the Year International, Best Use of Photography on NYTimes.com, 2003
Pictures of the Year International, "Iraq Journal", 2003
Communication Arts, Interactive Design, "Thinking Big: A Plan for Ground Zero", 2003
Pictures of the Year International, Photography on NYTimes.com, 2002
Pictures of the Year International, "American Poverty", 2002
Editor & Publisher, First Place: "Headlines in History", 2000
New England AP, Cyber Site award, First Place: Best Special Section, 2000
New England AP design award, Best Lifestyle Section Design, 1999
Maine Press Association design awards: Best Info-graphic 1999, Best Lifestyle Section Front, 1999