Mackenzie Behm is an award-winning visual journalist who tells stories through documentary video.
Mackenzie's work has been recognized nationally by the White House News Photographers Association, Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards, the Hearst Journalism Awards, the Suncoast Student Production Awards and the Florida Society of News Editors Awards.
She is drawn to stories on underrepresented communities, homelessness and natural disaster aftermath. She went on several grant-supported international reporting trips to the Bahamas to bring light to the struggles Haitian immigrants were facing after Hurricane Dorian. A piece she did on a greyhound trainer who dealt with losing his career amid a Florida dog racing ban also received national recognition. She has covered everything from midget wrestlers to Navajo medicine men!
Her work has appeared in outlets such as the Washington Post, the Associated Press, US News, the Las Vegas Review-Journal and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
She currently works as a craft editor/producer at NBCLX and is based in New York City.