Pulitzer Prize winning photographer
Professional Photographer, teacher, editor, visual artist
- Dallas/Fort Worth Area, US
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Michael Mulvey is a Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist, photographer, storyteller, and teacher. Currently he is the head visionary at Michael Mulvey Studios where he continues to work for a variety of clients in media markets as well as high end portraiture and documentary style weddings.
Combining expertise in photography and photojournalism for clients ranging from Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, USA Today, ESPN Magazine, as well as serving consumer clients with high end portraiture and documentary style wedding photography. WPPI association and PPA member, mentor, speaker, and teacher.
Awarded the Pulitzer Prize for news photography 2005 "Hurricane Katrina"
Main duties included making storytelling images on assignment in every condition imaginable. Following strict ethical guidelines. Mobile and deadline oriented. Expert visual collaboration with award winning reporters, design professionals, and editors. Expert at multiple platforms using both photography, studio lighting, and video for both print and digital products at The Dallas Morning News.
North Texas, Dallas based photojournalist covering national related sports and news from the Southern states of the USA for both National and International members of Reuters.
Staff photographer covering local news and sports. Coverage centered on stories related to Texas A&M University and central Texas.
Staff photographer covering local news and sports. Coverage centered on local industry, sports, and the internationally known Masters Golf Tournament.
Earned the prestigious internship in National search for a summer intern while a student at Texas A&M University, College Station. Duties included all Staff Photographer duties in a learning and mentoring environment.
Worked on both the newspaper The Battalion, and yearbook staff. Earned the prestigious Boston Globe internship. Awarded the Associated Press assignment at the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop. Attended the Missouri School of Journalism's Missouri Photo Workshop.