Kaiti Sullivan is an independent visual journalist located in Indianapolis, Indiana. After completing her studies at Ball State University in 2018 in Fine Art and Photojournalism, she moved to Flint, Michigan for a year-long internship at The Flint Journal followed by a 6-month internship at The Herald in Jasper, Indiana. Now, she has been freelancing from her hometown for more than a year and is a regular contributor to The New York Times, The Washington Post and many other publications locally and nationally. Having been born, raised and employed around the Midwest, Kaiti has developed a passion for documenting the communities that have surrounded her entire life. Instagram: @kaitisullivan

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May 3, 2021

Duo turns mask-making hobby into thriving business

Lisa Bays and her daughter Katie Bays began making and donating masks at the start of the pandemic to help their neighbors in Zionsville, Ind. A year later, they reflect on how their sewing hobby grew into a successful business.

April 20, 2021

March Madness, after year without game audiences

Most fans haven’t attended a basketball game in over a year. They made up for lost games with passion and energy at the 2021 NCAA men’s tournament games in Indianapolis.