Chelsea Matiash is a former Senior Photo Editor for The Intercept. She holds a seat on the executive board of directors at the National Press Photographers Association. Previously, she was the deputy multimedia editor at Time magazine, a photo editor at the Wall Street Journal, and a photo editor at the Associated Press. Chelsea volunteers with photography organizations including the Eddie Adams Workshop and Women Photograph. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami, where she was editor-in-chief of the Miami Hurricane.
Pride and Protest on Display as Mexico City Marches Against Donald Trump
Thousands gathered on Sunday in a “Respect for Mexico” march denouncing Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda and celebrating their Mexican heritage.
Deported Mothers, Separated From Their Children, Wait in Limbo at the Mexican Border
The Dreamers Moms of Tijuana all have one thing in common: They have been separated from their children in the United States.
Faces From the Women’s March on Washington
Photographer Polina Yamshchikov shared faces and voices from the street for @theintercept on Instagram. Her question: What are you marching for?