Dima Gavrysh is a Ukrainian-born, New York City-based documentary photographer.
He started his career in the mid-90s in Kiev, Ukraine, and moved to the U.S. in 2005. Over the past 10 years, he has worked with major news agencies such as Associated Press, Agence France Press, European Press-Photo Agency, Gamma-Press, Reuters, and Bloomberg News.
Dima’s personal projects include work with Doctors Without Borders and the United Nations Population Fund in Uganda, Senegal, and Niger.
Dima’s work has been published in magazines and newspapers worldwide including National Geographic Adventure, The New York Times, Popular Photography, Time, People, Paris Match, Independent, Marie Claire, Stern, and Newsweek.
PDN (Photo District News) Photo Annual photojournalism winner 2010
AI+AP (American Illustration + American Photography) yearbook: 2008, 2009, 2010
Magenta Foundation Flash-Forward – honorable mention: 2010
PX3 (Prix de la Photographie Paris) – Portraiture 1st place: 2010
PX3 (Prix de la Photographie Paris) – Travel 1st, 2nd and 3rd place: 2009
International Photography Awards – Lucie: honorable mention: 2008-2009
XVIII Eddie Adams Workshop participant: winner of an internship for the Washington Post.com: 2005
Dima is available for assignments throughout the world.