Maya Sugarman Photo/Video Journalist
Maya Sugarman is a photo/video journalist for KPCC. She produces visual content for the radio, website, social media and KPCC's visuals blog, AudioVision.
Before joining KPCC, Maya was a staff photographer at the Antelope Valley Press in Palmdale. She has interned and freelanced at the Los Angeles Daily News, Orange Country Register, Santa Monica Daily Press, and East Bay Express. She is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, where she was a senior staff photographer and photo editor at the Daily Bruin, and received a B.A. in art photography.
Her work has been recognized by Editor & Publisher, the Online News Association, Society of Professional Journalists, National Newspaper Association, Associated Collegiate Press, and California College Media Association.
Stories by Maya Sugarman
Instagram released time lapse recording app Hyperlapse on Tuesday. Here's how to use it best, plus a Hyperlapse tour inside KPCC. Share yours with us!
Collin Friesen looks at the backstory of the mannequins that greet you from a NoHo Toyota dealership, and KPCC's Maya Sugarman takes their portraits.
We set out to capture Angelenos' pride (and their faces) in a series of portraits of World Cup fans representing their teams. Who are you rooting for and why?
Officials at the San Bernardino National Forest say mandatory evacuations have been lifted for residents near the burn area. The fire continues to spread.
There's a new sheriff in L.A. County. John Scott was sworn in Thursday as interim head of the nation's largest Sheriff's Department, two hours after Baca officially retired.
Only 10 percent of the amount of DDT expected to be in ocean sediment off Palos Verdes was found in the last round of testing.
Three Instagrammers tell personal stories of hard work happening in Southern California and around the country, in KPCC's Public Square project.
From downtown Groningen to the countryside, Linda Heidema captures the beauty of Holland. Heidema is the winner of our most Instagram challenge.
At a press briefing Sunday, fire officials said the ferocious Powerhouse fire had grown over 5,000 acres Sunday afternoon, reaching 25,000 acres.
Once a year, Wild West fanatics have the chance to see the Western filming sets where films like Oscar winner Django Unchained were shot.
A year ago, Salvador Cappiello joined Instagram looking for creative liberty. Then, he began to experiment, imagining his subjects with their heads in the clouds.
Father Jay Cunnane distributed ashes to hundreds of parish members for Ash Wednesday today during an 8 a.m. mass at Our Lady of Grace Parish in Encino.
If it weren't for Instagram, Taiyo Watanabe of Silverlake might not be a photographer. Nor would he have a more than 2,100-image body of work.
Pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu met Dodgers fans in LA's Koreatown. The event is one of several the team is sponsoring to drum up support in the offseason.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences partner on a retrospective of the late Stanley Kubrick's work.