Michele Abercrombie

Editor @ NPR / Based in Boston

Michele Abercrombie (she/her) is a visuals editor and art director at NPR. In her editing she is passionate about assisting photographers reach new audiences. Her personal work uses archival photographs and illustration to tell social... read on
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Focused on Photographer, Photojournalist, Journalist, Reporter, Illustrator, Documentary, Multimedia, Creative, Photography, Domestic, Illustration, Art, Culture, Interactive Graphics, Journalist Investigative, Intern, Freelance, Communications, Fellow, Investigation, Creative Professional, Multidisciplinary Artist, Photoshop Artist, Multimedia Journalist
Languages Spoken: English
Michele Abercrombie (she/her) is a visuals editor and art director at NPR. In her editing she is passionate about assisting photographers reach new audiences. Her personal work uses archival photographs and illustration to tell social justice stories in an accessible way. Michele is a member of the 2020 Carnegie-Knight News21 newsroom that won a Robert F. Kennedy award for its coverage of juvenile incarceration in America. In 2020 she received an award of excellence in the Alexia Foundation student grant. That year she also received the NPPF Mary Lou Foy Still and Multimedia grant. Originally from Boston, she graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a B.A. in English Literature and from Syracuse University with a M.S. in Multimedia, Photography and Design. Michele attended the Eddie Adams workshop in 2019.