Zoë Meyers

Zoë Meyers is a documentary photographer and videographer living in Palm Springs, Calif. She grew up in New York and moved to California in 2006 to attend Pomona College.

After completing a B.A. in History in 2010, Zoë continued to pursue her interest in the use of first person narratives to document history and important current events. She believes that through the use of personal narratives stories and important issues can be better communicated, understood and connected to.  

Zoë has worked and interned for a number of different organizations and publications including StoryCorps, The Center for Digital Storytelling, The Community Media Center of Marin, The Desert Sun, and High Country News.  In 2015 Zoë produced The Worth of Water, a video series for High Country News, which explores how different communities in California are affected by water scarcity.  She's continued to document social and economic issues connected to water in California's Central Valley through her documentary project Leaving the Dust, which is a recipient of the California Humanities Documentary Project Grant.

Currently Zoë is working on daily assignments, investigations and documentary stories as a staff photographer at The Desert Sun. 

Contact at zkmeyers@gmail.com



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