Caitlin Lee is a recent graduate from Penn State University studying Photojournalism with a minor in English. During her collegiate career, she worked as a photographer for the student newspaper, The Daily Collegian, for four years and served as the photo editor for two. She has traveled across the country to cover Penn State sporting events including The Cotton Bowl, The Citrus Bowl, The NIT Championships, The Big Ten Basketball Tournament, and more.
At the end of her junior year, she was selected out of hundreds of applicants nationwide to be one of 19 students working in the Student Newsroom at the Online News Association Conference where she produced written, visual, and social media content for the conference.
In 2019, Caitlin was a visuals intern at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette where she worked as a photographer and videographer covering a wide array of events in the Pittsburgh area. Caitlin has won multiple awards for her photo and video skills. In 2018 she won two Keystone awards for her photos and most recently placed 14th in the 2019 Hearst Journalism Awards for her story Left Behind, where she traveled to Puerto Rico to document the overwhelming population of stray animals on the island. You can often find Caitlin running on the sidelines of a football field carrying twice her weight in camera equipment, or on the baseline of basketball games avoiding being hit in the face or stepped on by the players.
Follow Caitlin on Twitter: @_caitlinnlee and Instagram: @caitlinlee.photograhy to see more of her recent work.
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