Mary is a visual journalist in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She’s currently working on Parks, an upcoming podcast on the history of dispossession of Indigenous land in National Parks throughout America. Mary has worked as a photo-editor at Outside Magazine and NPR, and freelanced around the U.S. for the New York Times, The Washington Post, NPR, iPondr and more. Connect with her on Instagram or Twitter @marycatmathis
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Published on June 5, 2023
Annie Tritt is a non-binary photographic storyteller based in New York. “I was trying to figure out what a visual representation of living an authentic life it was,” Tritt said of her work.
Published on March 3, 2022
Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, the leadership team at Hologram knew adapting to what employees needed while life changed drastically would be difficult. A company that aims to connect every device to the internet, rural or urban, has already put mental health first in their work strategies and employee benefits, but Hologram leaders decided to make even bigger changes to put mental health and happiness of their employees over constant productivity. Is this what the future of work looks like? Hologram employees Courtney Seiter, VP of People, and Creative Director Amy Schwartz tell us more.