Morrigan is a visual editor, producer and writer living in New York City.
She loves a good story.
Morrigan is currently a National photo editor at The New York Times. There she develops visual storytelling plans for national news, recruits and manages photographic talent and produces stories in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment.
Prior to joining The New York Times, Morrigan freelanced as a writer and photographer.
From 2011 through 2013 she and photographer Alan Winslow traveled by bicycle from Alaska to Argentina and around Morocco and Europe, before driving around the United States by camper car. As they traveled they photographed and interviewed Millennials about coming of age for a grant funded multimedia project they called The Geography of Youth. The work became an interactive public art show that premiered in New York in 2014.
Morrigan studied photography at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and holds a BA from Connecticut College in English Literature with a specialty in Poetry.