Joshua Cogan works as a producer for Bluecadet, an Emmy-winning multimedia firm that brings tales of hardship and hope—from Jamaica to New Orleans—to light. Also a photographer and anthropologist who documents cultural change for publications like The New Yorker, Cogan gives credibility to the clichÃ© that every picture tells a story.
Live Hope Love: The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting commissioned poet, Kwame Dawes to inquire into the impact of HIV on Jamaica.
Yearbook 2006 chronicles the interrupted year of the senior class of Benjamin Franklin High School in New Orleans
[…] Joshua Cogan’s exhibition, “Time Given,” records his journeys through life. Cogan uses his photographs, most of them portraits, to simultaneously talk about the subject and his own story. “Time Given” tracks Cogan’s travels through D.C., New Orleans, Jamaica and Southeast Asia. […]