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Caitlyn Greene

Former Staff and Intern

Caitlyn is a recent graduate of UNC Chapel Hill where she studied visual communication, Spanish and Business Administration. She was most recently a videographer and lead video editor for Coal: A Love Story, an interactive film produced as part of News21. She is currently in post-production on her honors thesis project called Immortal, a non-traditional documentary about our obsession with not dying. During her time at UNC, Caitlyn worked on award-winning team projects in Mexico, India, Bangladesh and Argentina as a photographer, videographer and video editor. Her work has been recognized by the Hearst Foundation, College Photographer of the Year, National Press Photographer's Association and North Carolina Press Photographer’s Association. She is especially excited about the intersection of art, journalism, cinema and technology in storytelling.

Swan Song by Rick Gershon and Caitlyn Greene

When Marilyn is diagnosed with dementia at age 58, her daughters refocused their lives to care for her during her most precious years. They try to juggle it all until they are forced to make a heartbreaking decision.

Rite of Passage by Maggie Steber

When Madje’s dementia proved relentless, her daughter Maggie moved her life to care for her. Maggie documented the liberation from the roles she and her mother had learned to play – a discovery that gave her the mother she always wanted.

H-Town Stories for Neighborhood Centers Inc.

This is a pair of stories about incredible resilience. One family navigates the unknowns of dementia while another builds a life from zero after fleeing religious persecution.

These Bones of Mine for Neighborhood Centers Inc.

Syed was the black sheep. When he told his family he wanted to convert to a minority sect of Islam, they put a warrant out for his murder. He survived the horrific attempt at his life, but that is only the beginning of his story.

Swan Song for Neighborhood Centers Inc.

When Marilyn is diagnosed with dementia at age 58, her daughters refocused their lives to care for her during her most precious years. They try to juggle it all until they are forced to make a heartbreaking decision.

480 votes for CARE, Ripple Effect Images and Harbers Family Foundation

Lourdes Pilco is a middle-aged woman who’s spent most of her life working backbreaking jobs for little money. With the help of CARE, Lourdes was able to send her children to school while setting a new standard for women in her community.

Bit by Bit for Heifer International, Ripple Effect Images and Harbers Family Foundation

Elizabeth grew up in Peru. All she wanted in life was to attend school. But like so many in her community, she was prohibited by her parents. Bit by Bit is the story of a woman unwilling to be marginalized.

2013 Recipient for the ICP Trustee Award: Pat Schoenfeld for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

Pat Schoenfeld, 2013 ICP Trustees Award recipient and last remaining member of ICP's original staff, shares stories from ICP's earliest days and reflects on her continued involvement--though in a different capacity--nearly 40 years later.

Restored for Ron Israeli, MD

Ron Israeli, MD, began a life cast project as an extension of his holistic approach to breast reconstruction. Lucienne Colombo tells the story of one patient's experience from diagnosis through seeing her life cast for the first time.

Voice by Christian Als, Edith Champagne and Janine Boreland

Ian Willey had his first experience rhyming in second grade. Now at 28, Willey is pursuing his dream of becoming a hip hop artist. The motivation behind his rap comes from an unexpected place — 90 fifth grade students at a school in Harlem.

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