PHOTOGRAPHY & WRITING
Under the business name Eagle Eye Pictures, Cary Anderson works as a photographer, writer, producer and researcher covering news and features for many of the world's foremost media organizations. Anderson's print media credits include National Geographic, Smithsonian Magazine, Newsweek (including Pictures of the Year, 1997), Associated Press, The New York Times, The Mail on Sunday, Astronomy, Popular Photography, Reader's Digest, Time-Life, Wildlife Conservation, Ranger Rick, Alaska Geographic, Aviation Week & Space Technology, Alaska Magazine, Outdoor Photographer and other publications. His photography also has been featured in numerous books, calendars and postcards. As a cinematographer, his footage of bald eagles in flight is featured in "American Eagle," an episode of the NATURE series on PBS.
RADIO & TV BROADCASTING
For more than 20 years, Anderson has worked exclusively for national and international audiences. He has written, produced and voiced well over a thousand national reports for CBS News and continues to work as a correspondent while dividing his time as a field producer for The Early Show on CBS. He has also written or produced stories for other American networks including ABC, NBC, Mutual, Associated Press, United Press International and Unistar. Many of his reports of world interest have been broadcast overseas via IRN to Canada, England, Ireland, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Africa. Additionally, many of his interviews on a wide range of topics have aired throughout western Europe via Voice of America.
Cary Anderson's career in the media began as a broadcaster in Port Angeles, Washington (KONP & KAPY.) Then he moved to the capitol, Olympia, where he worked for KQEU and the Associated Press. He later served as news director at KOSO, Modesto (California) before moving to Alaska where he worked as a reporter and morning anchor for KBYR Radio & KTVA
Television during the 1980s.
As a narrator, Anderson was the voice for the TV series "Inside Passage." He continues to lend his voice to natural history documentaries and is currently working on several book and film projects.
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Cary Anderson's coverage of national news in Alaska has ranged from grizzly bear attacks and whale rescues to long running controversies including aerial wolf control and oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Some of his most in depth coverage has focused on the 1989 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill and its lingering effects on Prince William Sound and its people. He considers himself to be well-travelled in Alaska, having worked in locations from Ketchkan to Barrow to Attu, the farthest Aleutian Island. In 2008, much of his time was spent on political coverage related to the John McCain / Sarah Palin campaign. Among his favorite stories is the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, an event he has covered for CBS for 25 years.
to Cary Anderson on CBS News.
Archive: Col. Norman Vaughan enroute to Antarctica
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Cary Anderson lives in Alaska with his wife, Ellen, and their son. Ellen's bio page can be seen HERE. Cary Anderson
P.O. Box 241392 Anchorage, AK 99524