The Visura app empowers visual storytellers with a tool to create a profile and share their best stories, images, and career news with a professional network dedicated to the medium.
Users can create a community by following other members and create lightboxes to save their favorite work.
Visura is regularly used by publishers and media professionals to discover stories and hire new talent.
Visura is a resource for schools, galleries, and museums working in the medium to connect with our members.
We believe in fostering inclusivity and diversity to improve access to merit-based career opportunities, as well as media literacy, and local news production.
Here's what our members are saying:
"Visura has become the premier virtual home for photo editors and photographers to access resources and communicate with one another in a more streamlined personal manner. At the forefront of Visuras mission is getting photographers significant work in front of key industry players and editors, and ultimately getting those photographers hired [...]"
The Washington Post.
"Visura enables me to show my work to the people who matter, like editors and people in the printing and journalistic industries, who would otherwise be unreachable to me."
Mascha Joustra, Amsterdam
"Since its inception, Visura has changed the game in photojournalism with its dedication to inclusion and diversity."
J.M. Giordano, Washington DC
"For me, Visura is a wonderful throwback to the days where community existed between Photographers and excellence and expression in work mattered more than buzz or Sensation."
Joan Liftin, New York City
"Visura is central to my career, from here I keep editors up to date with my latest work, organize my publications, share my work on social media, and communicate easily with other storytellers."
Gabriella N. Baez, Puerto Rico
"I feel that my work is out there and that I'm connected with the photography industry worldwide. I have received many inquiries from editors and writers as well as many invitations for grants, workshops, and such."
Ivano Grasso, Italy