Brant  Ward

Brant Ward

Adjunct Professor

Brant Ward is a staff photographer with the San Francisco Chronicle and He has worked at the newspaper for almost 30 years covering major Bay Area stories from the 1989 earthquake to the recent gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno. He has worked overseas in Haiti, Mexico and Somalia. He prefers "human condition" stories and has been honored for his work on homelessness.

Recent national awards include: Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for coverage of the disadvantaged, the James Aronson Award for Social Justice, Harry Chapin/World Hunger Year Media Award, Pictures of the Year, University of Missouri and Best of the West photography competition.