Cosette Richard is a freelance Getty Images photojournalist and contributor from New Orleans who has conducted extensive research and fieldwork on post Katrina New Orleans art, culture, lifestyle and entertainment. Cosette Richards' photography has been presented as a call for art, featured exhibitions, curated exhibitions, a standing exhibition, published in the book, "The Way I See It ... photographers who capture the soul of New Orleans" and published in New Orleans tourism literature. Cosette Richard has been featured in the New Orleans Advocate, Where Y'At Magazine and on the WBOK Radio Broadcast Real Talk for Real Times as a human rights activist, artist and photojournalist.

In 2018, during New Orleans commemoration of its' historic 300th birthday Cosette Richard  Photography was featured in numerous art exhibitions and art festivals including, "New Orleans Beyond Tomorrow: Community, Culture, Commerce", "Maafa: Creativity, Faith, Tradition and Resilience" and The Rent Is Too Damn High".