In April 2012, as captured by a Denver Post video on view below, staff members at the paper learned about Craig F. Walker winning the Pulitzer Prize for photography while gathered around director of photography John Sunderland's computer. The image suggests that Sunderland was viewed as the veteran ... More >>
Yesterday, the Denver Post's Craig F. Walker won the feature photography Pulitzer Prize for the second time in three years -- a remarkable achievement, and quite possibly an unprecedented one. The award is not only an acknowledgment of Walker's moving shots of Scott Ostrow, an Iraq vet who returned ... More >>
Photo by Michael RobertsWill they feel like dancing after tonight?Blogs about Denver are floating around everywhere. Here are three we grabbed. In his preview of the Nuggets' final game of the regular season, Denver Stiffs' Andrew Feinstein notes that a Nugs victory will likely translate to ... More >>
Craig F. Walker seen posing, not shooting.Today's announcement about winners of the Pulitzer Prize featured a notable local connection: Denver Post photog Craig F. Walker, who was feted for the series "Ian Fisher: American Soldier." The project required a long-term commitment from the Post, ... More >>
A Craig F. Walker photo of soldier Ian Fisher, segmented for use as a navigation tool on the Post's website. Unlike most Denver TV stations, the Denver Post leads its offerings today with a report inspired by 9-11. Blessedly, though, it's not another roundup of anecdotes from people recalling ... More >>
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