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 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.
48 percussionists perform Inuksuit -- an experimental music piece by John Luther Adams -- in Ojai, CA. The score is based on the Inushuk, which is a large stone sculpture that Inuits and other native peoples use to orient themselves in the Arctic circle.
Linus Bikes opened a pop-up shop in Old Pasadena this month to sell their old-timey bikes with a modern flair. KPCC's Matt DeBord paid a visit to the shop to check in on their unique business model.
Over 700 items from Les Paul's personal collection will be on display (and later auctioned off) at Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills.
It’s hard to miss the half-naked 370-pound man grunting and grabbing at his opponent inside the Couprie Martial Arts Center in Van Nuys.
The Defiant Ones are the oldest black motorcycle club in LA. For 55 years they've had the same clubhouse in Watts, but as the club ages and no younger members join up, the future of the club is uncertain.
A three-time world sumo champion brings his game face to Hollywood.
Sounds and scenes from one of the most traumatic episodes in L.A.'s history: The Los Angeles Riots of 1992. They lasted a total of six days, cost an estimated billion dollars in property damage, took more than 50 lives, and changed the way L.A. imagined itself.
Track your trash from start to finish as it moves through L.A.
Track your trash from start to finish as it moves through LA.
Skid Row karaoke is exactly what it sounds like, and it happens every week in Downtown L.A.
If you're in the right place on Skid Row you'll hear Prince and Sinatra in the air every Wednesday night. Welcome to Karaoke night at the Church of the Nazarene.
The most cerebral specimen of the modern journalist is in grave peril. The public radio journalist needs your support to continue its serene and bias-free existence. Pledge.
Barona drag strip is one of the last places for street legal racing in Southern California.
Boyle Heights' Ramona Gardens Housing project is more known for gang affiliations than written aspirations. But one library is looking to change that.