Carrie Cochran is a visual journalist for her hometown newspaper, The Cincinnati Enquirer, where she has worked since 2005. She covers breaking news, features and profiles for both web and print editions. Starting as a still photographer for a weekly, she has grown to love video storytelling as her paper has embraced this medium.
Before working at the Enquirer, she worked at smaller papers in Ohio, the Hamilton Journal-News and Pulse-Journal. Working at Ohio newspapers has still allowed her to cover Hurricane Katrina, immigration in Mexico, flooding in Iowa, and the earthquake in Haiti.
In 2014, Cochran received two Emmys for her video work by the The Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. In 2014, she received her first Emmy. She has been honored for her photography by the Society of News Design, the Associated Press Society of Ohio, the Ohio News Photographers Association and the Kentucky News Photographers Association. In 2010, she was named runner-up, Kentucky Photographer of the Year by KNPA.
Cochran loves playing outdoors and is an avid cyclist.
Documentary, Sports, Portrait, Disaster Coverage, Video Production, Video Editing, Backpack Journalism, Spot News, Multimedia Production, Still Photography