Waynesville, NC 28786, USA
I'm a photojournalist and videographer from Philadelphia. Social issues related to minority communities, geography, and women are among my favorite topics to document. I also have experience shooting portraits, food, landscapes, architecture, and sports. While I have primarily shot for newspapers, my clients include online news media, magazines, non-profits, and businesses including Asheville Citizen-Times, USA Today, Associated Press, Bleacher Report, and more. I've worked in Istanbul, Philly, Central New York, and North and South Carolinas.
I'm a graduate of Syracuse University where I studied international relations and photojournalism.
I'm based in Haywood County, NC and work as a full- time photojournalist at the Asheville Citizen-Times. I'm available for freelance work in the southeast United States.
- Breaking news
- Still life
- Video capture
- Video editing
Clayton Cathey talks on the phone to a customer Dec. 9 at Walker Service on Depot Street, where it has stood in Waynesville, NC since 1928.
Women's March on Asheville
Marchers of all ages and backgrounds stand on top of a utility truck to see the community speakers over the heads of thousands Saturday Jan. 21, 2017 during the Women's March in downtown Asheville at Vance Monument.
A portrait of Nancy Rosebrock, the head of Biltmore Estate's conservation team, in front of chairs she restored in the banquet hall.