NY Times appoints Kendall-Ball photo department staff editor

NY Times appoints Kendall-Ball photo department staff editor


The following excerpt was sent out from The New York Times’ Meaghan Looram and Clinton Cargill:

Greg Kendall-Ball

We are delighted to welcome Greg Kendall-Ball to the Photo department as a staff editor. He will join the digital team, focused on Live and Express coverage and home screen curation, reporting to Clinton.

Greg began his journalism career writing and photographing features and news for The Abilene Reporter-News in Texas. After four years there, he left to pursue a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri.

Since graduating, he has worked at The Washington Post and Nature, and in the commercial photography world. He became a freelance photo editor for The Times in 2020.

Greg has worked across many desks but has spent most of his time with the International desk, helping in our coverage of the withdrawal from Afghanistan and the fall of Kabul, the assassination of the Haitian president, the U.S. immigration crisis and most recently our coverage of Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Please join us in giving Greg a warm welcome.

— Meaghan and Clinton