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|Kim Komenich is currently a staff photographer at the San Francisco Chronicle where he has worked since 1982. He is also a co-founder of the San Francisco Exposure Gallery, a non-profit venue for issue-based documentary photography that opened in March of 2003. This year he worked as a shooter and editor for the America 24/7 project. Other book projects include A Day in the Life of California, 24 hours in Cyberspace, and Power to Heal. He has taught at the journalism program at the University of California, Berkeley, the U.C. Extension in San Francisco, and Stanford University and been a visiting instructor at the Missouri School of Journalism. His work has been featured in LIFE, TIME, People, Fortune and Newsweek. He received the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Philippine revolution, the World Press Photo award for news picture stories and the SPJ distinguished service award. For the past two years he has attended Platypus Workshops for documentary videography, and is pursuing work in the video documentary field. He is currently devoting his energies to an upcoming San Francisco Exposure Gallery show of Pulitzer finalist Matt Black's work on California's Central Valley.||
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