Mai Nolasco-Carranza - Newsy

Mai Nolasco-Carranza

Videographer

Mai Nolasco-Carranza is a videographer from Queens, New York. Prior to her role at Newsy, she was a freelance videographer and associate producer at the CUNY J-school's "dotNYC." She received her her Bachelor of Arts in anthropology from Hunter College and her Master of Arts in documentary and media studies from The New School.

Recent Work
Jude Smith playing her guitar
NewsyU.S.

Finding Hope Through A Different Approach To Mental Health Care

Leonard Logsdail in his workshop
Meg Hilling / NewsyU.S.

Bespoke Tailor Stitches Together A Legacy

Twenty-eight-year-old New Yorker Chloé Valentine Toscano
NewsySci/Health

How Disability Misunderstandings And Stigma Impact Mental Well-Being

Michelle Hammer and her mom
NewsySci/Health

How One Woman Describes Living With Schizophrenia

Section of skin tissue, harvested from a lesion on the skin of a monkey, that had been infected with monkeypox virus.
CDCSci/Health

Leaders In The LGBTQ+ Community Discuss Monkeypox Impact On Community

Cathleen, of Cathleen's Toy Reviews, demonstrates Party Pop Teenies at the Sweet Suite show.
Richard Drew / APBusiness

Biggest Toy Industry Event Focused On Interactive Products This Year

Memorial of the victims from the Bronx Apartment Fire
Mai Nolasco-Carranza / NewsyU.S.

Newsy Looks At New York Safety Compliances After Deadly Apartment Fire

A memorial for Robb Elementary School victims
Mai Nolasco-Carranza / NewsySci/Health

The Mental Health Impact Mass Shootings Have On Survivors

Jose Mata, top, a brother of Xavier Lopez, and a man, who declined to give his name, place a wooden cross at a memorial
Jae C. Hong / APU.S.

Uvalde Family Reminisces On Life Of 10-Year-Old Xavier Lopez

A memorial for victims of the Robb Elementary School mass shooting
Eric Gay / APU.S.

Trauma Surgeon Who Treated Uvalde Victims Calls For Gun Reform

A man prepares to use drugs at OnPoint NYC.
NewsyU.S.

Why A New York City Facility Allows Drug Use To Reduce Overdoses

Tesla vehicle charges at a charging station
Chuck BurtonBusiness

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Boom Nationwide

Kristina Mankova and her daughter, Barbara, in New York City
Newsy / Mai Nolasco-CarranzaWorld

Russian Mother And Daughter Stuck In New York City After Flight Ban

NewsyU.S.

Russian Community In The U.S. Faces Backlash As War Wages On

Street Food Vendor Mariela Goyburo.
NewsyU.S.

Street Food Vendor Says Her Kids Provide Inspiration During Pandemic

People walk on a New York City street.
NewsyU.S.

Russian-Speaking Community In U.S. Is Terrified By War

A person walks by a non-fungible token vending machine.
Ted Shaffrey / APTech

What Are NFTs, And Are They Worth It? Experts, Artists Weigh In

Flower bouquets are seen at a grocery store.
Nam Y. Huh / APLifestyle

The Backstory Behind Your Valentine's Day Flowers

People gathered to protest Lauren Smith-Fields death investigation.
NewsyU.S.

Lauren Smith-Fields' Family To Sue City Over Her Death Investigation

NYC MESH volunteers working on a rooftop
NewsyTech

New York Nonprofit Helps Expand Internet Access

Visitors at the Adventure Aquarium
Axel Turcios / NewsyU.S.

Dive Into An Underwater Winter Wonderland

A woman draws a glass of water from the tap
NewsyU.S.

Newark Replaces Lead Pipes To Address Water Crisis

Ariana Torres, a transgender woman from El Salvador, puts on makeup.
Mai Nolasco-CarranzaPolitics

Inside A U.S. Refuge For Transgender Asylum Seekers

AP ImagesU.S.

Low Expectations, Days Before Pres. Biden To Meet Putin

Railway Construction in New York City
Mark Lennihan / APPolitics

Infrastructure Negotiations Blow Past Deadline

Wikimedia/Touch Of LightU.S.

UFO Report Due In June, As Government Is Accused Of Withholding Info

Mourners perform last rites for a COVID-19 victim
AP/Aijaz RahiU.S.

Indian Students In U.S. Raise Money For COVID Crisis At Home

Afghan interpreter Janis Shinwari (left) and a U.S. solider in Afghanistan
Janis ShinwariU.S.

Many Afghan Interpreters Risked Their Lives For the U.S. — Now What?

Elon Wilson and his son
Marvin MillerU.S.

Black Firefighter Out Of Prison After Discovery Of Falsified Documents

FacebookU.S.

New Military Diversity Chief Investigated Over 'Controversial' Posts