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Andrea Bruce Woodall always wanted to become a journalist. But she
didn't know she would prefer photojournalism over print until her senior
year at the University of North Carolina. "After taking one photojournalism class, I fell in love with my camera," said Woodall. "
My art history minor had already introduced me to the wonders of light.
But exploring news visually, complementing word stories with pictures,
and connecting with readers on a more emotional and empathetic level are the features that attracted me to changing my future to photography."
Her career has been on an upward trajectory ever since. After several
internships, she landed her first staff job at the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire. A brief stint at the St. Petersburg Times then led to an offer at The Washington Post.