Maggie Andresen is a recent photojournalism graduate of Temple University's Klein College of Media and Communication. She has been published in print both locally and nationally, including features in The Denver Post, The Times-PicayuneWhere Rome, and The Journal News. She has been featured online at AJ+denverpost.comand nola.com. Her photography has been featured on CNN and ABC World News.

Maggie was honored as the first place national winner in the 2016 SPJ Mark of Excellence Awards for General News Photo in a Large Market. The awards honor the best in student journalism across the country. She has won several Keystone Awards, and placed as an honorable mention in three International Photography Awards.™

After graduating, Maggie worked as a Princeton in Africa fellow for one year working as a photographer and videographer with the small Rwandan non-profit Gardens for Health International

Currently, Maggie is temporarily working as a visual communications consultant for Tomorrow's Youth Organization, located in the northern West Bank. 

She aspires to work as a documentary photographer and filmmaker.

For more information on Maggie's work, to get in touch regarding employment opportunities, or to just say hello, feel free to get in touch!

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