When it came time to nominate feature photography projects for the 2014 Pulitzer Prizes, editors at The New York Times had four worthy entries but could only submit three for consideration.
That left Josh Haner, a staff photographer at The Times, with one chance to enter the contest: He had to nominate himself.
He did, and eventually won for his photo series chronicling the gradual recovery of a Boston Marathon bombing victim. And Wednesday night, he shared the stage at the Poynter Institute with his editor and three other Pulitzer winners who each discussed the stories behind their award-winning work.
Kelly McBride, vice president of academic programs at The Poynter Institute, begins the panel with Tampa Bay Times investigative reporter Michael LaForgia (Kenny Irby — Poynter)
Josh Haner, feature photography
Haner began making pictures of Jeff Bauman less than a month after his legs were blown off during the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Read more