Tanner Curtis is a Photo Editor at The New York Times focusing on coverage of the Trump era in Washington. As an editor for the National section, he coordinated coverage of major news events like the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, the aftermath of Michael Brown's killing in Ferguson, Mo., and the Supreme Court's historic decision legalizing gay marriage. Throughout 2016, he edited coverage of the presidential election for the newspaper, which lead to his current role. He loves working on visual stories with staff and freelance photographers across the country. Before joining The Times, Tanner was an Associate Photo Editor at TIME.com focusing on U.S. news, politics and sports. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Photojournalism from Western Kentucky University and is a native of the Bluegrass state.