Chip Maury Profile

Chip Maury

Chip Maury began his career in the Navy as a diver and parachutist specializing in free-fall photography. After 20 years of service, including 3 tours of Vietnam, and twice winning National Press Photographer Association Military Photographer of the Year, he joined the Associated Press in Boston. In 1980 he became the Director of Photography for the Providence Journal-Bulletin and was there for 7 years, followed by 14 years as Director of Photography for the Indianapolis Star. In 2008 he was award the Joseph Costa Award by the NPPA for most outstanding initiative, leadership, and service.