Rozette RagoPHOTOGRAPHER | FILMMAKER
Rozette Rago is an award-winning photographer based in Los Angeles. Rago attended an 8-Week NYFA Filmmaking program in 2010 and has since gone on to shoot for The New York Times, The Washington Post, TIME, Vanity Fair, The FADER, HBO, A+E Networks, Rolling Stone, and many more.
She has also been profiled by CNN and Masterpiece for her body of work and has been hailed by Culture Photo Editor at The Times as “one of those photographers who elevates the ordinary.”
After arriving on the scene in Los Angeles, Rago shot for bands like U2, Interpol, and Metallica, which then allowed her to leverage her portfolio to get a job as a photo editor at Time Out Los Angeles. For the past three years, she’s been a photo editor at Wirecutter in addition to contributing to other publications and networking with other women in the industry. She’s a member of groups including Authority Collective, Women Photograph, and Diversify Photo. Rago is also a FUJIFILM creator.
In 2020, Rago was named an honoree on the coveted list of “The 30.”
Program Studied at NYFA: Filmmaking
Program Type: 8-Week Evening Filmmaking
Year Attended/Graduated: 2010
Location: Los Angeles