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
Fashion designer Jamesa Nikiema bridges the gap between haute couture and hijab.
Truck driver by day and horse trainer by night, Jose Aguilar teaches horses how to dance at his ranch in Mira Loma
For nearly two months, OccupyLA protesters have held their ground on the lawn of City Hall. As winter approaches, getting through the night has become a significant test.
The Braille Institute in Anaheim teaches blind students how to adjust to life in what they call the sighted world. Most often, that means classes in typing or navigation, but not always.
Blind students practice their high kicks and punches at a Tae Kwon Do class offered at Anaheim's Braille Institute.
Adrenaline junkie Davit Melikyin is gearing up to join the US Army this February. Born in Armenia and bred in America, Davit is ready to fight for his country, no matter what the consequence.
Born into the Killing Fields under the Khmer Rouge, Prach Ly escaped to Long Beach, CA to become one of the first Cambodian rappers.
Hundreds of demonstrators showed up in Westwood urging the U.S. government to put more pressure on Egypt's military leaders.
For the past two and a half years Victoria Long, age 62, has been unemployed and looking for work. After sending out hundreds of resumes she recently received a call for a job interview that could lift her out of her endless search.
Founded in 2002 by two dudes in Kentucky, Lebowski Fest welcomes all Walters, Maudes, Dudes and a bounty of other characters to bowl, drink white russians and relax, man.
While they no longer reside in their South Pacific oasis, Tongan immigrants are importing their island culture of pig roasts, rugby and traditional dance to Hawthorne, CA.
Undocumented immigrants protesting the Secure Communities Act outside of the Los Angeles Federal Building on August 24th, 2011
The Islamic Center of Southern California's Eid al-Fitr celebration at the Los Angeles convention center.