About Mae Gammino Photography
Mae is a visual journalist, documentary photographer and producer, and a member of the National Press Photographers Association. She creates storytelling images and videos for corporate clients, film festivals and media companies. Her work has been in publications including Ozy Media (the launch issue) a global daily digital magazine, The Boston Globe, The Hollywood Reporter, International Business Times and UNESCO. She has done visuals production at Sundance Film Festival and Provincetown International Film Festival. She has also documented humanitarian aid work for international and domestic NGO's.
She was a National Press Photographer Northern Short Course Scholarship recipient, and a selectee for the Northern Short Course Workshop-The narrative art of long-form photojournalism with Pulitzer-Prize awarded photojournalist Barbara Davidson. The award-winning documentary short film about a refugee work program Blending into the American Dream, which she co-produced, has been juried into U.S. and International Film Festivals.
Mae is currently in post production on the feature length documentary Sherente-Being Thunder
which follows a precocious indigenous teenager from the Narragansett tribe who is two-spirit (transgender). We experience this remarkable and vulnerable boy the Summer before and during his senior year as he navigates an emerging identity while simultaneously working to transcend experiences of prejudice and ignorance from members of indigenous and non indigenous communities. In addition, the feature length film The Wrong Todd, on which she served as first assistant camera, has been juried into the LA Film Festival 2018 (world premiere) and Cinequest 2019.
Prior to entering the creative field in 2012, Mae owned a successful manufacturing company whose primary client was the U.S. Navy.
She is available for work in New England as well as throughout the United States.