mwaage

About mwaage

I'm originally from New York and have been living in Connecticut for twelve years. I work as an Editorial Photography Coordinator for The Marlin Company, a publisher of print and electronic media, where I photograph, edit, photo and video licensing, graphic design, schedule content and other production work. Additionally, I freelance for online and print publications and am a member of American Society of Media Photographers, National Press Photographers Association and Women in Photography Internattional. I graduated from S.U.N.Y at Empire State College where I studied photojournalism and completed one year towards my Masters degree at New Media/Social Research at Hunter College, C.U.N.Y. I'm interested in finishing what I started and seeing where that takes me next! About Me

What’s Mine Is Mine Unless I Share

I consider myself a reactionary person. I can cry at a moment’s notice. Every Friday at 8:25 a.m. NPR airs StoryCorps and as if on cue, the weight of world finds itself traveling down my cheek in the shape and feel of Continue reading What’s Mine Is Mine Unless I Share


Social Media Platforms Open Doors For Artists

A recent New York Times article on an arts competition, Art Takes Times Square, raises interesting thoughts about being an artist in today’s digital world. The contest sponsored by ArtistsWanted.org, enlists creative types to upload their work (for a fee) for the opportunity to Continue reading Social Media Platforms Open Doors For Artists


Knockout Design Inspires Student

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. I love that saying and the sentiment it conveys because it forgives the act of duplication by acknowledging inspiration’s source. With that said, I’m borrowing the idea for this post from a fellow Continue reading Knockout Design Inspires Student