Kristyna Wentz-Graff
Kristyna Wentz-Graff

Kristyna Wentz-Graff

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Kristyna Wentz-Graff is the photo editor at OPB. Prior to joining OPB, Kristyna worked as photojournalist and picture editor at The Oregonian, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and The Post-Crescent. For the majority of her career, she focused on long-form visual narratives—specifically on cultural and social issues such as mental illness, foster care and gender. Her work is shaped by the belief that most people are seeking connection and understanding, and we can all learn something from one another.

Kristyna lives in Portland, Oregon, where she can be found enjoying live music, discovering new food, chauffeuring her children to sporting events, and on rare occasions, doing nothing at all.

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Ushering in the Year of the Rabbit

East and Southeast Asian communities are beginning celebrations for Lunar New Year, ushering in the Year of the Rabbit or Year of the Cat, depending. Many events kick off this weekend in the greater Portland metro area — and beyond.


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2022: OPB revisits a year in Northwest images

As people of the Pacific Northwest continued to make their way out of our pandemic hibernation period, the world started looking more like its pre-COVID-19 self. Once again, we saw people gathering, connecting, and exploring our beautiful region





8 reflections of the COVID-19 pandemic in Oregon

In this portrait series, Oregon Public Broadcasting asked a cast of our listeners and readers to reflect on the past year and then tell us what they’ve learned and what they feel the future holds for all of us.

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