Photographer & photo editor of the October issue of Bittersweet Magazine covering the Marshall Legacy Institute’s work in Bosnia and Herzegovina reducing landmine and unexploded ordnance dangers and supporting survivors.
Wrote a brief Question and Answer piece as a followup to the Plant it Forward article in the August issue of Bittersweet Magazine.
Filmed, photographed, edited, and produced coverage of the Houston refugee farming organization, Plant it Forward Farms, for the August issue of Bittersweet Magazine.
Interpreted footage, identified stock imagery & music, and sequenced the multimedia for The Nature Conservancy of Texas to annouce their recent accomplishments in the Bahia Grande.
Captured video for a short bio-documentary featuring U.S. Olympic Snowboarder Zoe Kalapos for Subaru's "Meet An Owner" series.
Researched, edited, licensed, and published images for "Front-of-Book" stories for the National Geographic Magazine.
Photographed a typical morning in the role of a We Are Family food delivery volunteer. We Are Family is a D.C. organization that provides for the elderly.
Captured video of scenes in and around Central Park in New York City to accompany the digital version of the Magazine's story coverage of urban parks around the globe.
Wrote, photo edited, and published a report and photo-compilation of National Geographic’s Photo Camp in Bosnia and Herzegovina, of which I co-lead in Sarajevo.
Established contacts, arranged field schedules, conducted interviews, captured footage, produced final edit and managed workflow with digital production teams. Placed 3rd for 'Best Multimedia Package' in The White House News Photographer’s Association’s 2016 Eyes Of History: Multimedia Contest.
Wrote, photo edited, and published a portfolio retrospective and personal reflection of my earliest photojournalistic influence, photographer Norman Mauskopf.