Suzette Moyer is a senior design editor at the Washington Post, helping lead a team responsible for the visual presentation of the newsroom’s most ambitious stories across the newspaper and digital platforms. She also oversees visuals for the Washington Post Magazine.
Previously, she led design teams at the Tampa Bay Times in Florida, the Hartford Courant in Connecticut and the Bremerton (Kitsap) Sun in Washington state. She also art directed Bay magazine, a successful luxury magazine in southwest Florida.
Moyer co-directed the virtual reality film “12 seconds of gunfire: The true story of a school shooting” that debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2019. The movie was also recognized by the Vienna Shorts Festival, Marché du Film Cannes and more than 15 other organizations.
Moyer has been recognized with numerous awards from the Society of News Design, Society of Publication Design and National Press Photographers Association.
In late 2020, she won the Majeri Award for Graphic Journalism by Ball State University. The journalism department chair said Moyer “has led design teams in setting the gold standard for innovation in graphic journalism.”
In 2020, she also co-founded wandermag.design, an online magazine showcasing women artists and photographers from aRound the world.