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a local newspaper in Bozeman, Montana called "The Tributary." At the time, Montana was in the infancy of population growth, and we were conducting - and photographing - roundtable interviews with city officials on topics like: Should we allow "big box" stores to come to town?
Today, a freelance photojournalist and photographer/writer, I am still based in Bozeman (with a family), and continue to cover the West, but now I am delving into projects that explore the complexities of life in a rural mountain state. My recent work has focused on everything from the population boom in Montana to political races and rallies to landmark journalism about the historic flooding of Yellowstone National Park. Finally, I hope my travel assignments communicate my love for Montana and the West; in large part, this work is about capturing the beauty and authenticity of a changing landscape.
On the resume side of photojournalism: I have contributed to The New York Times for over 16 years. My work has also been published by titles such as The New York Times Magazine, the ACLU, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, NPR, Travel + Leisure and others.
Recent feature stories:
"Steven Rinella of Netflix's MeatEater," The Wall Street Journal,2020
"52 Places to Go in 2020, Glacier National Park," The New York Times, 2020