Primary clients: NPR, News21, Syracuse University
Asia USA & Canada
Languages Spoken: English
Michele Abercrombie (she/her) began photographing her family with her mother’s CanonAE1 in 2008. When she left home in 2011, she rarely picked up a camera again until pursuing her graduate degree at the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University, where she is a current master's candidate in Multimedia, Photography and Design.
As of January 2020, Michele Abercrombie resides in Boston, Massachusetts where she works remote for NPR's Science Desk as a Multimedia intern.
Prior to NPR she interned for News21 as a multimedia journalist for an investigation on the American juvenile justice system, with her specific focus being how families and siblings of offenders navigate the system. Michele also spent two months in Nepal making visuals for Accountability Lab Nepal. Her work includes film and digital photographs as well as audio, video and illustration. Themes from her current work explore family relationships, children, fantasy and trauma. Michele attended the 2019 Eddie Adams Workshop. CV available upon request. Available for assignment in New England and New York.