The Washington Post
Washington, DC, United States
MaryAnne Golon is the Director of Photography and Assistant Managing Editor at the Washington Post. She worked freelance from 2008-2012 for many clients including Look3 Festival of the Photograph, AARP, BD, and World Press Photo Foundation. Golon was Time magazine's director of photography through 2008 and co-managed the international newsweekly’s photography department for +15 years. While there, Golon led the photo team that produced the Hurricane Katrina special edition and the September 11, 2001 special black-bordered edition that each won coveted National Magazine Awards for single-issue topics. Golon received numerous individual and team picture editing awards from the POYi (Pictures of the Year International) and NPPA's (National Press Photographer’s Association) Best of Photography competitions. Communication Arts, Society of Publication Designers, and American Photography recognize her work. She was twice selected for American Photo magazine’s list of the 100 most important people in photography.