About Mae Gammino Photography
Mae is a photojournalist, documentary photographer and producer. She is a member of the National Press Photographers Association.
She creates still images and videos for corporate clients, film festivals, and media companies. Her work has been in publications including The Boston Globe, The Hollywood Reporter, and IndieWire. She has worked in visuals production at Sundance Film Festival and Provincetown International Film Festival, and documented humanitarian aid work for international and domestic NGO's.
She was a National Press Photographers Association Northern Short Course Scholarship recipient.
Mae produced the feature length documentary film BEING THUNDER which is an international co-production with Magneto (France) and In Association with ARTE France. It presents the story of Two Spirit Narragansett tribe teenager Sherente Harris. BEING THUNDER is a meditative, unintrusive documentary about a courageous Indigenous teenager who unapologetically strives for greatness against all types of resistance and offers an intimate look at Sherente's life and their community. It shows a moving picture of what Two Spirit acceptance should look like and creates a model for others to follow. BEING THUNDER Premiered at Toronto’s Inside Out Film Festival (World), San Francisco’s Frameline45 (U.S.), and NewFest in New York City (East Coast). NY-based distributor Film Movement acquired North American rights to BEING THUNDER in 2022.
Prior to entering the creative field, Mae owned a successful manufacturing and wholesale company whose primary client was the U.S. Navy.
She is available for work throughout the United States.