Elijah Solomon Hurwitz is an independent photographer usually based in Los Angeles. He enjoys investigating stories and making pictures that can add nuance and understanding to timely social and political issues as he tries to make sense of things himself. He attended Eddie Adams Workshop XXXI. He has a borderline obsession with the state of Vermont. He's going to stop writing in third person.

My work has appeared in: 

The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, National Geographic, WIRED, The Atlantic, TIME, Smithsonian Magazine, Mother Jones, The New Yorker, The Intercept, Politico Magazine, Huck Magazine, VICE, Pacific Standard, The Telegraph UK, Internazionale, and Feature Shoot.

I'm available for documentary, reportage, editorial, portrait, and news assignments. 

[e]:     [email protected]
[m]:   +1.347.338.8157

Selected features:

National Geographic: Photos from the Lesser Seen China-North Korea Border

Los Angeles Times: Monks of Big Sur

WIRED: A Glimpse of Life Along  China's Border with North Korea

VICE: Chinese Swimming Club on North Korean Border

Buzzfeed News: 7 Photo Stories To Help You See the World Differently

The Atlantic: The Drone Life

Politico Magazine: Bernie's Vermont

Pacific Standard: Poison Ranch

Mother Jones: Hoops Hysteria

Mother Jones: Drone Pilots

Huck Magazine: State of Jefferson

PetaPixel Interview from 2012

Feature Shoot: Photographer Searches for Clues Into Life of Deceased Homeless Millionaire in Wyoming

CityLabs: Feral Friends

Wonderful Machine