Maggie McKenna is a photo stylist living between New York City and New Jersey, in Monmouth County. She likes to work hands-on behind the scenes in photography, video, and other visual experiences to conceptualize and convey a message using her knowledge and interest in the language of imagery.

She focuses on soft goods, prop styling, crafts, cosmetics, accessory styling, and set design. She also enjoys video editing and has been commissioned by New York Magazine. For 2 years following graduation, she worked for Meredith Corporation's Family Circle Magazine as an Assistant Photo Editor. The magazine has since folded. With production, retouching, and photo agency experience as well, she believes her well-rounded background in the photo industry gives her a greater understanding and better problem solving skills when working on set.

She earned a BFA in Photography + Video from The School of Visual Arts under the Silas H. Rhodes scholarship. She graduated with Honors and a 3.8 GPA, completed 7 internships, and produced several student photo shoots. Notable professors include Joseph Maida, Stephen Frailey, Scott Thode, William Hunt, Justin O'Neil, Marcia Lippmann, Sally Gall, Katherine Newbegin, Josef Astor, Bill Beckley.

She was selected to show her work in her senior class's Mentor Show under the mentorship of Jody Quon, the Photo Director of New York Magazine and The Cut.

Selections of her artwork from The Makeup Portraits were published in Visual Opinions in 2016,Ten in 2016, and shown in The Boring Boys Club group art show in 2017.

Recent Clients include:
Vanity Fair
Bed Bath & Beyond
Family Circle Magazine
Susan Alexandra
Vulture / New York Magazine

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