Dudley Brooks

Washington, D.C.

Deputy director of photography
Dudley Brooks is the Deputy Director of Photography at The Washington Post. Brooks was the assistant managing editor for photography at The Baltimore Sun. He is also known for co-directing the well-regarded book and exhibition project “Songs of My People.”
Latest from Dudley Brooks

They endured covid. But some health-care workers mistrust the future.

Many health care workers cite staffing problems and burnout, despite being buoyed by their mission.

April 22, 2023

    2020 Photo Issue: Nine photographers capture a pandemic, an uprising and a country divided

    What will future generations see when they look at images of this year?

    December 1, 2020

      Kentucky was devastated for decades by mountaintop removal. Now scientists have figured out a way to undo the damage — one tree at a time.

      Patrick Angel spent decades overseeing the destruction of Kentucky's land. After a painful epiphany, he's devoting himself to making Appalachia green again.

      February 13, 2020

      House of blues: This family went all in on their favorite color for a breezy beach escape

      The Tippetts' designer swatched her way through the three floors using 10 shades of paint and dozens of fabrics with blues from aqua to cobalt.

      June 19, 2019

      Four photo essays from remote corners of American spiritual life

      Four photo essays from remote corners of American spiritual life.

      November 14, 2018

      Gun violence in New Orleans has given a champion football coach one mission: Keep his players alive

      After a shooting claimed one of his players, Brice Brown vowed he would never lose another.

      August 23, 2018

      The day I hung out at Prince’s house, talking fame, disguises and Michael Jackson’s death

      The author went to Paisley Park for a photo shoot, and it turned into a dinner party.

      April 22, 2016