Cinematographer and photographer based in Los Angeles
Sharon Pulwer is a Director of Photography and journalist based in Los Angeles and originally from Israel.
Her photojournalism work has been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Refinery29, The Rolling Stone and others.
Pulwer is currently a cinematography fellow at The American Film Institute MFA program.
In 2018 she graduated from The Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism program at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York. The same year Pulwer was chosen to participate in the Eddie Adams workshop and the New York Times Portfolio review, and served as a jury at the Huawei Next-Image awards in Shanghai, China.
In 2020, she was one of the six finalists in the Leica Oscar Barnack Award newcomer category.
Between 2015 - 2017 she was the legal affairs correspondent of the Israeli international newspaper "Haaretz", where she covered the Israeli Ministry of Justice and high-profile criminal cases.
Prior to that Pulwer served for 3 years in the Israeli army as a journalist in the Israeli army radio. During her service she covered crime and the military operations "Pillar of Defense" and "Protective Edge”.
Lifo Magazine - Greece
Publico Magazine - Portugal
The Rolloing Stone - Italy
Musee Magazine - United States
The Washington Post - United States
The New York Times - United States
Haaretz - Israel
Refinery29 - United States
TOPIC magazine - United States
D magazine - Italy
Exhibitions & Books
ICP Concerned book & exhibition
ICP Museum, New York
75 years to the United Nations
Humanity House, Netherlands
"Belonging" photo book