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MaryAnne Golon named Washington Post’s new director of photography

MediaWire memo In late March, the Post moved Michel du Cille from director of photography to associate editor of photography, a position that allowed him to go back to shooting. Sonya Doctorian had been acting DOP in the meantime.… Read more
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