Carucha L. Meuse is a visual journalist. She has worked
as a photographer and picture editor since 1999 at
newspapers and magazines throughout the United
States. The Atlanta native began her career as an intern
at Reuters where she worked as a picture editor. After
working in DC, she took her first staff job as
photographer for The Huntsville Times.
She is known for her highly stylized approach. The
photographs and multimedia stories are carefully
constructed around ideas chosen to fit the image of the subject. What sets her apart is her ability to project the depth
and beauty of humanity across ethnic, cultural, age, and class lines.
Her explorations into the human experience have taken her around the world and guerdon her with numerous
awards. Most recently she participated in an exhibit at Lincoln Center- UnderExposed: Black Female Photographers
in American. She lives in New York where she works for Lohud.com and is constantly working on new projects.
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