Maddy Alewine (Maddy Jones) fell in love with photojournalism while studying international relations at Syracuse University. After graduating with degrees in both subjects, she started her professional career as a community photojournalist at daily newspapers in the Southeast. Telling stories about the rich history and diversity of rural communities in the Carolinas has been her greatest privilege and honor.

After five years of working full-time in newspapers, Maddy now tells visual stories for Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity and independently shoots for a variety of commercial, editorial and documentary clients.

When Maddy doesn’t have a camera in her hand, she can be found hiking through Southern Appalachia with her husband and dog, cooking, enjoying art, trying to garden well, and yelling at Phillies ball games.

Maddy is currently available for freelance assignments.

Clients

The New York Times, Bleacher Report, USA Today, The Associated Press, Scalawag, The Asheville Citizen-Times, Carolina Public Press, The Index-Journal, The Times Herald, The Syracuse New-Times, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity, Habitat for Humanity International, Women's Campaign International, ÇEKÜL, Blue Ridge National Heritage Area, Duke University School of Medicine