Using the Five W's of Journalism to Improve Both My Photography and Life

In journalism, one of the crucial concepts of interviewing taught to reporters in order to deliver newsworthy information is to have them ask and find the answer to who, what, when, where, and why; this is otherwise known as the Five W's of Interviewing. By seeking out the answers to these five questions, a reporter can discover various angles of a story as a well as provide essential information to a reader necessary for...

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My Favorite Published & Unpublished News Photos of 2011

The start of a new year is only two weeks a way and it's truly a exciting sensation. However, before crossing the chronological threshold into 2012, it seems as good a time as any to begin looking back and sorting through the work that I've accomplished in 2011 and wish to share with you. In particular, what I participate most with my photography: journalism. While most of my news work this year has already been sorted down...

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Back in Print

If you live in the Bronx and generally read local community papers, you may notice a familiar byline next to some of the photos. After a 5-month break, I'm back freelancing for community newspapers, in particular, The Bronx Times, as a photographer. [caption id="attachment_248" align="aligncenter" width="575" caption="BXTimes-DominicanDayParade"][/caption] Since August, I've been reacquainting myself with the hustle of...

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