ProPublica announced Tuesday that Boyzell Hosey will join its staff as senior editor for visual storytelling. In this new position, he will oversee managers of the newsroom’s art, graphics and video teams and work across the editorial staff to produce rich and cohesive packages that elevate our multimedia work and maximize its impact.
Hosey comes to ProPublica after nearly 25 years at the Tampa Bay Times, where he led an award-winning staff of photo and video journalists as deputy editor for photography/multimedia. In his time there, he coordinated with designers, editors and reporters on the paper’s most iconic projects, including five that were awarded the Pulitzer Prize. Hosey brings a strong track record of collaborative leadership and creative problem-solving.
He is based in St. Petersburg, Florida, and will start at ProPublica on June 13.