Mae Ryan Photographer/ Videographer
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Mae Ryan is a videographer and photographer for Southern California Public Radio, producing, shooting and editing for KPCC online and on air.
Before joining KPCC, Mae was a freelance photographer and videographer in New York. Her clients included The Wall Street Journal, TIME, CNN, MTV, Architectural Record and The FADER.
As a freelancer Mae was recognized as one of the top emerging photographers by Getty Reportage. In 2012 Mae won first place in The Pictures of the Year International for “Uprising,” a multimedia piece that she edited about the Egyptian revolution. As an undergraduate at Stanford University she received three grants to pursue documentaries.
Stories by Mae Ryan
The Endeavour is set to land in Los Angeles on Friday, and we want to see your photos of the historic flight.
The first day of school has arrived for many students across the Southland, and we want to see photos of you and your loved ones heading to class.
Shooting for the sky? KPCC's Mae Ryan has some expert photography advice for trying to capture the Perseids.
For six hours, the night riders of Los Angeles shut down the tile-covered 2nd Street tunnel for the biggest bicycle drag race the city has ever seen. More than 200 riders competed and organizers quickly winnowed the field to a group of the 16 fastest in women's and men's categories. Each rider wore an ankle bracelet that timed their efforts to the one-hundredth of a second. In the end, only two remained.
The first Olympic double amputee will sprint the 400-meter Saturday, aided by prosthetics from Ossur, an Icelandic company with headquarters in Orange County.
One of the leading prosthetic companies explains the physics behind Olympian Oscar Pistorius' running blades.
During a made-for-TV demonstration last week, deputy project scientist Joy Crisp watched two Curiosity rovers climb over rocks in the "Mars Yard."
Two lead scientists for NASA's newest Mars rover explain the prospect of finding life on the Red Planet. The rover will dig under the Martian surface in search of the building blocks of life.
It’s not quite a boat; it’s not quite a plane. It’s l’Hydroptère, the fastest sailboat around.
It’s not quite a boat; it’s not quite a plane; it’s l’Hydroptère - the fastest sailboat in the world. This one of a kind boat uses hydrofoils to lift most of the hull out of the water and fly across the surface. This summer the boat will go from Los Angeles to Hawaii in an attempt to break the Transpacific world record.
At the end of this month more than 10,000 athletes will compete for the gold at the London Olympics. Many of those U.S. gold medal hopefuls train right here in Southern California, including the women’s water polo team with three-time Olympian Brenda Villa.
The battleship, now a museum, opens to visitors in San Pedro. It was commissioned for World War II and later served in the Korean conflict and during the Cold War.
This summer Brenda Villa will compete in her fourth and final Olympics. Villa got her start playing on boys water polo teams in Commerce, CA and is the most decorated women's water polo player in the world. She's just missing one thing -- a gold medal.
Rodney King’s family, friends and a host of civil rights leaders and celebrities remembered the "gentle giant."
The 80-minute, experimental percussion piece makes its West Coast debut during opening day of the Ojai Music Festival, with the help of 48 musicians and the audience.