Morrigan McCarthy

Morrigan McCarthy

Morrigan McCarthy is a photographer who enjoys the way images can tell complex stories. Morrigan studied poetry and dance at Connecticut College and documentary photography at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. She was selected as the 2012 Maine Visual Arts Fellow and attended the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop in 2007 where she won an award for outstanding work. She has spent the better part of the last six years traveling for long-term projects including The Geography of Youth, and is now based in Brooklyn, New York where she works as a freelance photographer and co-founding member of the Restless Collective.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Morrigan McCarthy

The Geography of Youth

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 5 Uplands
 archive : 2014

In the spring of 2013 we opened The Geography of Youth to online submissions. We invited people born between 1980 and 1995 to upload a self-portrait and answer the same twelve interview questions that we asked hundreds of Millennials around the world.

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Archive Sessions and Events Featuring Morrigan McCarthy

Sep 192014

Raising Money for Your Photo Project

In this panel, hear from organizations like Photoville who can help fund your stories, plus photographers like Joni Sternbach and the Restless Collective who have successfully turned to third parties to raise money. Plus, get tips on how to craft a proposal and pitch your idea!

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