Maisie Crow (1982) grew up in South Texas. She is a photographer and multimedia producer based in Brooklyn, New York. Maisie received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin, and attended the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, as well as studied as a graduate student at Ohio University's School of Visual Communication.
In 2012, her short film, Half-Lives: The Chernobyl Workers Now, won the Overseas Press Club Award for online video and was recognized by the World Press Photo Multimedia Contest, Pictures of the Year International, Best of Photojournalism, and the Lumix Fotofestival. She was also selected as an Honorable Mention for Magenta Flash Forward.
In 2010 her multimedia project, A Life Alone, was nominated for a News and Documentary Emmy and recognized in Best of Photojournalism. She attended the World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass in Amsterdam. In 2009, she was the recipient of the Ian Parry Scholarship and the Pierre and Alexandra Boulat Grant for her photo project, Love Me. Her work has been screened at LOOKbetween, the Lumix Festival for young photojournalism and the New York Photo Festival.
Maisie is a member of Razon Collective. She has done work for The Boston Globe, Bread for the World, MediaStorm, The New York Times, Robin Hood Foundation, Save the Children, and Virginia Quarterly Review among others. Maisie has taught as an adjunct professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and as a multimedia instructor at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.