mul·ti·me·dia pho·to·jour·nal·ism: a technique that combines photography, sound, video, and graphics to tell stories in an experiential and interactive way.
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Monkeying Around - Amie taking photos at Iwatayama Monkey Park

Multimedia Photojournalist Amie Dworecki began snapping pictures as a child, and started programming computers when she was just eight years old.

Formerly a Computer Design Engineer and a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Intel Corporation, she left a high-paying corporate lifestyle in 2001, selling almost everything she owned to follow her dream of traveling and pursuing a more fulfilling career.

Over the next two years, Amie traveled around the world capturing experiences on all seven continents using photography, audio, video, and the web. Through this, she found her love of visual storytelling, began freelancing, and returned stateside to complete a Master's degree in Journalism.

For two years she was a course instructor to both graduate and undergraduate students for the Indiana University School of Journalism covering topics such as still photography, audio/video production and editing, and graphic and web design. She has also been a staff photojournalist/videographer and multimedia producer for the Cincinnati Enquirer, producing content for daily publication in various news outlets including the Associated Press and USA Today. Multimedia Photojournalism is the perfect combination of her experience, education, and passion for the field.

Amie taking photos at Iwatayama Monkey Park in Kyoto, Japan.
Photo by Robert Johnson.

Besides photography and multimedia work, Amie is an avid athlete. In 2003, she broke three world records for running a marathon on each continent, including marathons that traversed Antarctica, Siberia, and the Sahara Desert.

Amie has a Master of Arts in Journalism focused on Photojournalism and Multimedia Communications from Indiana University, Bloomington, and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Purdue University, West Lafayette.