McKenna Ewen is an Emmy Award-winning video journalist at The Washington Post, where he shoots, writes and edits short documentary films for washingtonpost.com. As a visual storyteller, he brings a cinematic approach to news video. He travels the country in search of extraordinary people, challenges conventional wisdom and explores the universal conflicts that connect us all. He is available for select commercial and freelance assignments upon request. For more information, please contact McKenna Ewen at mckenna[at]ewenmedia.com.

7 Regional Emmy Awards
White House News Photographers Association – Multimedia (1st)
Pictures of the Year International – Multimedia Portfolio (3rd)
Pictures of the Year International – Issue Reporting (3rd)
MNPA Multimedia Journalist of the Year (2010,2012)
National Edward R. Murrow Award – Staff (2)
SPJ Page One Award for Best Use of Multimedia
National Mark of Excellence Award
APSE Top 10 Multimedia Award
MNPA Feature Multimedia Story – First Place
MNPA Sports Multimedia Story – First Place
2009 Poynter Fellowship for Young Journalists
UWIRE Top 100 “Best and Brightest” Student Journalist
Hearst Foundation Multimedia Competition Finalist
Hearst Foundation Broadcast Competition Finalist
Scripps Howard Collegiate Reporting Award

Adjunct Faculty – University of Minnesota (Multimedia Storytelling)
Multimedia Immersion – Multimedia Coach (2012-2015)
Eddie Adams Workshop – Multimedia Coach (2011)
Minnesota Associated Collegiate Press – Keynote Speaker (2012)
Guest Lecturer – University of Missouri, University of Minnesota, Gustavus Adolphus
Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists – Mentor (2011)
Almanac Media Panel (2010, 2011, 2012)
Online News Association Stream Team (2010, 2011)
The Other Future of News (2009)