“Florida’s Own STANDING ROCK” — Folio Weekly, Jan. 4, 2017

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One of my photos from the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests was published in print and online in a local-to-Jacksonville magazine, Folio Weekly, on Wednesday, January 4, 2017, in  an article correlating the fight against the Sabal Trail pipeline, a pipeline posed to go through 13 Florida counties and threaten local water supply and wildlife, with the camps and protests ongoing in North Dakota. Click here for a direct link to the article.

More Photojournalism Coverage of Dakota Access Pipeline Protest in the Florida Times-Union

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More of my photo coverage published on the front of the Metro section of the Florida Times-Union and jacksonville.com on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016.

Photojournalism Coverage of Dakota Access Pipeline Protest in the Florida Times-Union

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My photos of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest

were on the front page of the Metro section of the Florida Times-Union on Sunday, Dec. 3, 2016.

For the internet version, follow this link.

“Parade” at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

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Douglas Anderson School of the Arts in Jacksonville, Fla., put on the musical production “Parade” November 2016. One of my photos was featured on BroadwayWorld.com.

WUFT: Terry Jones to leave Gainesville

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Shout-out to the First Amendment! An article I wrote for WUFT.


UF Board of trustees to vote on health insurance proposal

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Another article for WUFT:


Cover of the Fine Print!

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Last semester, I started researching surveillance in Gainesville with a few other students for an applied fact finding class. Charlene Hewitt and I decided to keep digging, and our combined efforts were published in the cover story for the latest issue of the Fine Print.

Issues are available on the University of Florida campus, or various locations around town.


For a closer look at the research that led to the printing of this article, check out my other blog, in which surveillance is the focus:


Tumblin Creek clean-up

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An article for WUFT:


UF scientists construct the mammal life of life

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It’s the largest tree of life ever created. It’s an accessible database exploring the interrelationships of mammals from the age of the dinosaurs up to the mammals that walk the Earth today. Yep, I wrote about science again. Yay! See the full article here:


Crystal River: power plant closing is ‘complete devastation’

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Crystal River’s power plant is closing, I wrote the story online for WUFT news: