Sally Morrow is full-time freelance photographer, and offers her services to businesses and families in the Kansas City area.
Sally started her photography journey in her high school dark room experimenting with black and white film and a 35 mm Minolta.
She went to film school in Santa Fe, New Mexico for a year, and then completed a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Spanish from the University of Missouri in Kansas City in 2004. After living in Mexico City for 2 years, Sally returned on to get a Masters of Arts in Photojournalism at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri in 2009.
Sally completed her graduate assistantship as co-director of College Photographer of the Year competition, and as assistant director of photography at the Columbia Missourian. Her graduate thesis about a family separated after an immigration raid at a Kosher meat-packing plant in Postville, Iowa was published in News Photographer magazine in Jan. 2009.
Sally was a photography intern at the Des Moines Register in Iowa, and the Sun Sentinel in Florida. She then became a Multimedia Producer for Newsday in New York.
Sally returned home in 2010 and soon after, began her freelance business and became photo editor for Religion News Service in March, 2012.
Photo by Maggie Gulling