Published Work:

The Guardian: Ishion Hutchinson: 'I can hear the poem before it arrives'
HuffPost: Muslim Wrestlers Just Want To Compete
IPSOS: Voices of Ukraine: Life Amidst War
The Social Documentary Network // Ukraine 2022
VICE: What It’s Like Surviving a Wildfire When You Live Off the Grid
ABC Australia: The forgotten children of Saudi Arabia 
The Guardian: We do what the Red Cross won’t: A day in the life of a wildfire Relief Angel
The Washington Post: In ‘battle for the soul of Salem,’ a Black business owner is targeted
The New Yorker: What Can You Do If Trump Stages a Coup?
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting: (In)Dispensable: Who is Essential in America?
VICE: Raw Sewage, Mountains of Garbage, and the Coronavirus:the Devastating Conditions Inside Europe’s Largest Refugee Camp
VICE: Christmas on the US/MX Border 
The New Yorker: A Letter to My Students as We Face the Pandemic, by George Saunders 
The Atlantic: Counting the Dead in Mosul
NYTimes: Racial Slurs and the 15 Days That Shook Syracuse University
The Huffington Post: A Mother’s Nightmare, Preserved Online
The Ground Truth Project: #kayleestrong
The Guardian: “I Don’t Want to Overdose and Die”
Pittsburgh Quarterly: Living with Amnesia
PublicSource: Voices Unlocked - a 10 part series telling the stories of Pittsburgh-area residents whose life experiences have been shaped by the penal system
PublicSource: A series focused on telling stories about the opioid epidemic in the Pittsburgh region.
PublicSource: Activists Demand for Antwon Rose Jr. 
Pittsburgh Quarterly: Buying a Company Town
PublicSource: If Funds Shrink Can EMS Survive in Rural PA?
PublicSource: A Vietnam veteran’s last days at Penn Plaza and his new home in Wilkinsburg 
PubliceSource: My Photographs of Syrian Refugees Were Vandalized But I Will Keep Telling Their Stories
PublicSource: One of the last residents of Penn Plaza will continue her family’s legacy in East Liberty for now

Published About:
SU Alumna Reports on Portland Protests
Syracuse photographer documents essential workers 
A photojournalist humanizes refugee camps, collateral damage and addiction
Syracuse photographer documents essential workers across United States
Maranie Staab captures humanity through photographs in Syracuse and beyond
An Inborn Storyteller

Awards & Recognition: 
* 2022 CUNY Entrepreneurial Journalism Creator’s Program
* 2020 Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Fellow
* First recipient of the Ed Kashi Fellowship in Visual Communications at Newhouse, Syracuse University
EAW Class of 2019, XXXII

Northern Short Course 2020
Student Photographer of the Year
Silver, International Picture Story
Silver, News Picture Story
Silver, Portrait/Personality
Silver, Feature Picture Story
Bronze, Feature Picture Story
Bronze, International News
Honorable Mention, Feature Picture2020 Imagely Fund
Humanitarian Award, Second Place

2019 College Photographer of the Year
College Photographer of the Year, Runner-up
Gold, Feature
Silver, Feature
Award of Excellence, Feature
Bronze, Illustration
Bronze, Individual Multimedia
Award of Excellence, Documentary

2018 College Photographer of the Year
Silver, International Picture Story
Silver, Portrait

Northern Short Course 2019
Gold, Individual Multimedia
Silver, Individual Multimedia
Gold, International Picture Story
Silver, International Picture Story
Silver, Feature Image


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Maranie Rae

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