Ted Soqui

Ted Soqui

Los Angeles-based photojournalist

Ted Soqui is a Los Angeles-based photojournalist with more than 35 years of experience.

His news/editorial clients include TIME, The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, The Guardian, LA Weekly, and many other publications worldwide. 

Television clients include the shows “Major Crimes” and “The Closer,” plus NBC Nightly News, CBS Evening News, and ABC World News Tonight.

His work is collected by The Autry Museum of the American West and the Getty Research Institute.

Soqui’s photo interests are demonstrations, politicians/political movements, natural disasters, and landscapes.

Follow his work on Instagram and Twitter.

Ted Soqui on KCRW

On Sunday, Nov. 8, about 200 Trump supporters lined up on Santa Monica Blvd., protesting that the Democratic party stole the presidential election from Donald Trump.

Photos: Hundreds of Trump supporters flood Beverly Hills for ‘Stop the Steal’ rally

On Sunday, Nov. 8, about 200 Trump supporters lined up on Santa Monica Blvd., protesting that the Democratic party stole the presidential election from Donald Trump.

from KCRW Features

Photojournalist Ted Soqui describes his mandate: “Who hasn't had their voice spoken for?”

‘Who hasn't had their voice spoken for?’ Photojournalist Ted Soqui on protests now and 1992

Photojournalist Ted Soqui describes his mandate: “Who hasn't had their voice spoken for?”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

On April 29, 1992, LA photographer Ted Soqui had a plan to cover the guilty verdicts at the Rodney King trial, quickly process the images, then join friends later for a birthday party.

LA Riot photos: Capturing the rage and flames as the city burned

On April 29, 1992, LA photographer Ted Soqui had a plan to cover the guilty verdicts at the Rodney King trial, quickly process the images, then join friends later for a birthday party.

from KCRW Features

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