Marie De Jesus

Marie D. De Jesús is a staff photojournalist for the Houston Chronicle, producing still and moving images in the nation’s fourth-largest city. She has concentrated on developing relationships with the city’s diverse immigrant and marginalized communities. De Jesús was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2017 and won the Scripps Howard Foundation’s Public Service Award that year. She is native of Puerto Rico, and she developed her interest in multimedia journalism from her father, who has been a television camera director for 30 years.

Stories By Marie De Jesus

The Vegan Who Bought Her Husband’s Cattle Ranch

...and turned it into an animal sanctuary.