Rachel Jones photographed the protest led by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of the North Dakota Access Pipeline last Autumn, from warm, sunlit Thanksgiving Day to the temperatures dropping to 17 below at night. Her photographs were featured in the Florida Times-Union, jacksonville.com and Folio Weekly. More recently, some of Jones’s photographs were on exhibit in the Grune Family Gallery in Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
Jones’s work, including photographs, news stories and video updates, has been featured on such mediums as the Park Record, the Washington Times, Broadway World, WUFT.org, the Fine Print, the Alligator and others. Jones graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in journalism, specialization in photography and concentration in theatre.
Theatre is a passion of Jones’s, she was seen onstage most recently in “American Idiot” at Players by the Sea Theatre in August, a production of which she was also dramaturge. Backstage, Jones has donned blacks as deck head, stage manager, prop master and deck crew. Jones has been a deck hand and educator aboard the tall ship, the Hawaiian Cheiftain.
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