Keith W. Jenkins, Senior Director of NPR Visuals, has been a manager and strategist specializing in digital storytelling for most of his career. He has worked in both traditional and digital organizations, helping them understand their audiences, create delivery platforms, refine their content, and produce high-impact and award-winning journalism.
Jenkins' teams have earned Pulitzer, Emmy, Peabody, Murrow, World Press, and Webby awards for The Washington Post, NPR, and National Geographic. Jenkins first came to NPR from The Washington Post in 2008 and spent five years setting up the multimedia department before heading to National Geographic in 2013. Jenkins returned to NPR as Director of Visual Journalism in 2017. He most recently served as NPR's Director of Digital Content.
One of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, Robert Frank possessed a piercing, unflinching gaze. Some of America's top photojournalists share their thoughts on Frank and his work.