I have over 20 years of experience in visual journalism, mostly in digital media, along with newspapers.
For the past ten years I've been a Senior Photo Editor for HuffPost curating, planning and executing quality visuals for U.S. and global editions.
Check out some highlights from my recent work and beyond below.
Recent clients include NBC News and Martha Stewart Living.
Americans are celebrating two days after President Joe Biden signed into law the bill establishing Juneteenth as a federal holiday. Juneteenth, observed every June 19, celebrates the end of slavery in the United States, when on June 19, 1865, federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, then the westernmost state in the union, and informed slaves of their emancipation.
The Cerrado is the most biologically rich savanna in the world and a huge carbon sink, but it’s being razed to produce soy and beef.
Seagrasses don’t get as much attention as coral reefs, but these “hidden forests” store carbon, keep the water clear and are a vital habitat for marine life.
The boreal forest is threatened by climate change and human activity. Without urgent action, it could reach a terrifying tipping point.
Above: Ralphs employees Mike Kurtz, a meat manager (left); Joseph Salorio, a front-end manager; Raquel Salorio, a front-end manager; and Jack Dawe, a meat manager in the backyard of Joseph's home in San Diego on Dec. 18.
Photo Essay pitch produced by myself and photographer Sasha Maslov.
With encouragement from President Donald Trump, supporters made their way into the building.
The time has finally come. Americans showed up in force Tuesday to vote for either Joe Biden or Donald Trump to lead the country for the next four years. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the polls look very different this year.
The day is finally here. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be sworn in as president and vice president during a historic inauguration ceremony. Images from the U.S. Capitol show a scene that is drastically different from previous inaugurations due to security concerns and the global coronavirus pandemic.
Here's a visual depiction of how democracy was faring at the start of Donald Trump 's presidency - and how things stand now. On Wednesday, just two weeks before he is set to leave office, Trump supporters violently stormed the U.S. Capitol during a joint session of Congress to certify President-elect Joe Biden 's win.
Celebrations around the country erupted as news spread that Vice President Joe Biden won the election against President Donald Trump. Photos showed celebrations in Philadelphia, New York, Washington, and other cities. See the latest photos below of people celebrating President-elect Joe Biden.
Racial Injustice and Diversity
Protests continued over the weekend after the police killing of George Floyd, a Black man who died after a white police officer pressed his knee into Floyd's neck in Minneapolis on May 25. Some photos from around the country show protestors peacefully demonstrating, demanding justice for Floyd's death.
A project conceptualized with photojournalist Kholood Eid where we profiled multiple Muslim women and them in their burkinis.
Came up with an idea to do a series of black and white portraits of voters ahead of the South Carolina primary in 2020. Worked with photojournalist Demetrius Freeman, who delivered on the beautiful images.
A photo essay pitch from photographer Jonathan Kelso where we explored the history and the future around the sign marking the spot of Emmett Till's murder.
Before the Revolutionary War, colonial Virginia passed a law barring black people from owning firearms - an exercise in gun control as racial control. In 1857, in his notorious Dred Scott decision, Chief Justice Roger Taney summoned the specter of black people freely enjoying the right to "keep and carry arms wherever they went."
" Black Panther," which opened last week, has been a hit at the box office and with critics. The film is the first Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbuster featuring a black superhero as the lead and an almost entirely black cast, and audiences are loving it.
The San Francisco Bay Area awoke to a disorienting sight on Wednesday morning: deep orange skies and a smoky darkness lingered hours after sunrise, serving as a stark reminder of the wildfires still raging across California.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen, countries around the world are responding to the threat. Some are taking sharp actions, such as limiting travel and closing mass gatherings such as sporting events to the public. See the latest photos showing reaction to the coronavirus across the world below.
As Washington, D.C., still reels from the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, it also prepares for the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Photos this week show the city mounting unprecedented preparations against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic and civil unrest.
Wildfires continue to devastate parts of the Western United States, including California and Oregon. A record 2 million acres have burned in California this year. The blazes are destroying homes and businesses ― even entire towns ― and are making Oregon's skies resemble Mars.
Ezzie Dominguez estimates she gets around two hours of sleep every night. The 38-year-old wakes up each morning at 6 a.m. to head to her first job as a building manager at a local nonprofit in Denver. She's been designated an essential worker, making her the only employee who is still coming into her office during the coronavirus outbreak.
A really fun photo series idea I came up with highlighting what zookeepers wear to work. Any time I can get a sloth into a photo shoot, I will make it happen.
Capitalism, greed and inequality have created a crisis in the global recycling system.
As the world struggles to cope with its garbage, places like this suffer the most.
Assigned and edited multiple photographers for 2021 Black History Month with aim to match style set by Photo and Creative Directors.
Coordinated and edited photo shoots of 20 subjects around the country, following art direction from Photo Director and Creative Director.
In the middle of the coronavirus crisis, a project where most of the photos were "self art directed" by the subjects themselves. I worked with the subjects to have them take self portraits, while keeping in mind a cohesive style.
Weekly Photo Roundups
Alex Jones may soon learn that ruining the lives of innocent people comes with serious consequences. On Monday, attorneys for Marcel Fontaine ― a 24-year-old Boston man whom Jones' website, Infowars, incorrectly identified as the Parkland, Florida, school shooter in a Feb. 14 article ― filed a defamation lawsuit against Jones and his publication.
When Elizabeth Warren came to Washington - not the first time, as a bankruptcy expert, or the second time, to oversee the bank bailout during the Great Recession - but the third time, when she was elected to the United States Senate, she wanted to solve a growing problem: student debt.
Patricia Russell seemed to appear out of nowhere. A certified financial planner and graduate of several prestigious colleges, Russell has recently been quoted in major publications such as , Newsday , MarketWatch Business Insider Consumer Reports, and U.S. News , as well as sites that recirculate content on MSN and other websites.
Nine supporters of former President Donald Trump, all arrested on weapons charges in connection with the storming of the U.S. Capitol, had "enough ammunition to shoot every member of the House and Senate five times," according to a startling new report on the role of firearms in the Jan. 6 insurrection.