Anne Wernikoff

Anne is a photographer and multimedia journalist. She's been a multimedia producer at The Hill, an assistant photo editor at National Geographic and a photography intern at KQED in San Francisco. She recently graduated from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism where she focused on New Media storytelling.


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A photo of a row of red lockers. Photo by pablohart, Istockphotos.com

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