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Baltimore native Kaitlin Newman is a multifaceted photojournalist whose work in the field began at 16 years old on her high school’s newspaper staff. Since earning both a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science in Journalism from Towson University, Newman’s photojournalistic career has developed to span sports, entertainment, and protest photography as well as becoming a Professor of Photojournalism at her alma mater. Additionally, Newman serves as Assistant Photo Editor and Staff Photojournalist for The Baltimore Banner and has had work published in the The Los Angeles Times, The Weather Channel, BuzzFeed News, and more.

Kaitlin was one of the first photographers on site at the recent Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse in Baltimore.  She tells the story and the deeper human interest stories that followed in Baltimore, including the story of the last truck to clear the bridge before it fell.

Keep up with Kaitlin Newman by following her Instagram, @kaitlinobscura.

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