About Sadie Quarrier
QUARRIER, SADIE is a Senior Photo Editor at National Geographic magazine, where she is responsible for the photographic scope, budget, and edit of about 20 stories a year. She works with the photographers on story preparation and research, provides direction while they are in the field, edits an average of 30,000 images per story, collaborates with the photographer and designer on layout picture choices, and evaluates color proofs. She is a voting member on the National Geographic Expeditions Council and the Young Explorer's Grant Committee. She also teaches photography for the Society's "Photo Camps" for youth in underserved communities, most recently in India and Costa Rica. Sadie joined National Geographic in 1992; she departed for a photo editing and design position at Smithsonian Magazine in 1998, then returned to the Geographic a few years later as a photo editor for its books division. In 2002 she moved into her current role at the magazine. Sadie graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a degree in English. A native of southern Virginia and upstate New York, she enjoys rowing, sailing and the outdoors.
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Content on this site written by Sadie Quarrier (includes contributory writing):
- Pacific Pinball Museum
- At 1510 Webster St. a new Alameda institution has been born. From the origins of the Lucky Ju Ju Pinball Gallery has grown the Pacific Pinball Museum, more than likely ...