Miami photojournalist Al Diaz has been presented the 2015 Humanitarian Award by the National Press Photographers Association and awarded Photograph of the Year by the Associated Press Media Editors the same year. Diaz is a member of The Miami Herald news team that won the Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal for the newspaper's coverage of Hurricane Andrew and the McClatchy President's Award for Journalism Excellence for coverage of the devastating earthquake in Haiti. In 2010 he was awarded a Green Eye Shade Award for sports and shared a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for portraits of disadvantaged families during the holidays in 1993. Over the years, Diaz has received numerous honors from various journalism organizations. Diaz earned his journalism degree from the University of Florida in 1983 and joined the staff at the Miami Herald upon graduation. A first generation Cuban American, he and his wife, Cindy Seip-Diaz, their children, Angelika, James Bartek and their dog Amanda, make their home in 
Coral Gables, Florida. 
305-796-4377  /  aldiaz305@aol.com

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