Mary Ann Carter is an award-winning editorial and commercial photographer based in Indianapolis.
She polished her photographic skills by working on assignment for Time, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, Business Week, Fortune, USA Today, CBS, Boys’ Life, People, and The Washington Post.
Working with some of the best news minds in the business taught her to look at stories from different angles and think of more than just the obvious visual possibilities.
Her mentor at the Associated Press gave her the nickname “Bulldog” because of her relentless pursuit to get the best images.
That pursuit has continued throughout her career. She prides herself on doing her absolute best for every client and on every shoot, whether she is photographing for an internationally known entity or the corner store down the street.
Developing ideas and stories for The Associated Press and The New York Times helped hone her storytelling skills.
And editors at The New York Times entrusted her, year after year, with planning and successfully executing the Times’ photo coverage of The Indianapolis 500 Mile Race, the largest one-day sporting event in the world, and photo coverage of the NBA Finals.
She can create content for a website that tells the story of a company to its customers-- and tell that story in a meaningful way that leads to customer loyalty. And she can use whatever tools are necessary, including writing, photography, and video.
She can be a valuable member of your creative team, from the initial visualization to the finished product.
The Associated Press
The Chicago Tribune
The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Cummins Engine Company
Disciples of Christ
The Los Angeles Times
The Louisville Courier Journal
The Louisville Courier Journal Magazine
National Geographic World
National Pain Institute
The New York Times
The New York Times Magazine
The United Methodist Church
U.S. News & World Report
The Wall Street Journal
The Washington Post
Mary Ann Carter