Dia Dipasupil

Multimedia Journalist in New York

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I'm a staff photographer (and part-time videographer) at Getty Images covering assignments such as film premieres, concerts, parties, fashion, corporate events, press conferences, and on-set stills. My work has appeared in People, Us Weekly, Rolling Stone, Vogue, Time, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, CNN, and many others.

Prior to shooting full-time, I worked in the information technology field... systems engineering, business development, sales, and technical support. Past employers include Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Hewlett-Packard, and United Parcel Service.

Interests include emerging technology, artificial intelligence, renewable energy, radio communications (FCC licensed), and cinematography.

Love the outdoors, cafe racers, street photography (Instagram: @dia.nyc), playing the drums, and talking to strangers.

NYPD press card holder and New York Press Photographers Association (NYPPA) member.

Articles about Dia:

Teen Vogue (10.22.2018): "It's Not Enough to Cast Transgender Models if You Won't Fight for Transgender People"

Nylon (09.24.2018): "Diversity In Fashion Is Essential—Especially When It Comes To Photographers"

Kulture Hub (09.22.2018): "Getty photographer Dia Dipasupil discusses the lack of diversity behind the camera lens"

Vice (07.13.2013): "They Still Call Me Daddy"

The FilAm (06.18.2012): "New York City is my office now"

  • Work
    • Getty Images