Thorne Anderson MA

Professor, Mayborn Endowed Chair in Narrative & Multimedia Journalism

Thorne Anderson is a professor and Mayborn Endowed Chair for Narrative & Multimedia Journalism. Anderson has worked internationally as an independent photojournalist for publications including the New York TimesLos Angeles TimesBoston GlobeChicago Tribune and TimeNewsweekU.S. News & World Report, and Stern magazines. 

He is a frequent contributor of video shorts to public radio and television, for which he has been recognized with a national Edward R. Murrow award for excellence in video. Anderson is founder and co-director of “Heart of Mexico,” a bi-lingual immersion journalism program for narrative storytellers in multimedia documentary.

That program received the 2017 NAFSA Paul Simon Spotlight Award for innovation in international education.