Emily Rhyne is a video producer at The New Yorker magazine where she shoots, produces and edits stories for newyorker.com.
In both 2015 and 2016, her multimedia portfolio received an Award of Excellence from Pictures of the Year International. Additionally, her work has been recognized by The Hearst Journalism Awards Program, College Photographer of the Year, The Webby Awards, SXSW Interactive, and the North Carolina Press Photographers Association. Before joining the staff at The New Yorker, she worked at Mashable, and interned at the Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post.
Emily is a proud alumna of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she studied photojournalism and political science. She’s passionate about bringing cinematic elegance to every story, no matter how small or large. She credits her newspaper background for learning how to work as a scrappy, resourceful one-woman-band.
She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.