Mark Bussell is the former Picture Editor of The New York Times and of The New York Times Magazine. He currently teaches at New York University Tisch School of the Arts.
Bussell developed strategies to create the The Times’s first video and web presentations and worked with the Museum of Modern Art to produce the book and exhibit “Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from The New York Times.” He conceived and edited the award-winning book “Without Sanctuary,” a collection of photographs dealing with lynching in America, and helped organize the accompanying exhibit at The New-York Historical Society. He has curated numerous shows in China and the United States, including the first-ever exhibition on the walls of the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in New York. Bussell’s photography and video clients include Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, PBS and Providence Pictures. He writes regularly for The New York Times Lens blog and other publications.