Daniel A. Anderson, a California photojournalist, has won the Robert F. Kennedy Award for humanitarian photojournalism and been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, among other honors. After nearly three decades of covering everything from social justice issues to the Olympics to dogs dressed like Ninja turtles, he has recently been documenting efforts to improve people’s health around the world. Currently he is documenting workers in California impacted by the global viral pandemic and is available for news and other assignments and is based in Santa Barbara, CA. He just returned from covering the Tokyo Summer Olympics and plans to photograph the Beijing Winter Olympics in February. His Instagram account with a variety of images can be seen here.