Writer. Photographer. Editor.
I am a student studying journalism at Temple University in Philadelphia. I often have a coffee cup in my hand, a book in tow and an idea in my head.
I believe every person has a story worth telling. All you’ve got to do is ask the right questions and capture the right moment.
Volunteer Johnny Jones helps install the mural “14 Movements: A Symphony in Color and Words” on the median of Broad Street during July. | THE TEMPLE NEWS
A young girl waits to perform at a concert in the garden of Moffet Elementary School in Kensington during May. | THE SPIRIT NEWS
Sarah Chavez, an artist living in West Philadelphia, enjoys the work shown at the exhibit “Philadelphia Goddamn” during October. | THE SPIRIT NEWS
Heather Birmingham sings a rendition of “This Little Light of Mine” at Temple Theaters’ Ghostlight Project the night before President Donald Trump was inaugurated. | THE TEMPLE NEWS
A tattered one dollar bill hangs behind Darryl Salley’s desk at 1617 Barber Shop & Beauty Salon on Cecil B. Moore Avenue. It symbolizes the importance of building relationships over making money for the shop. | THE TEMPLE NEWS
Dorin Collins grew up in North Philadelphia and tried her first cheesesteak at a shop on Broad Street near Diamond, seen behind her. The shop is now gone, and a fraternity stands in its place. | THE TEMPLE NEWS
A group of girls participate in the organization Mighty Writers’ attempt to break a Guinness World Record during July. | THE TEMPLE NEWS
A girl takes a photo of her father at a community event at Moffet Elementary School in Kensington during May. | THE SPIRIT NEWS
A young girl at the organization Mighty Writers’ attempt to break a Guinness World Record during July. | THE TEMPLE NEWS
Community resident Greg Bonaparte is a general mechanic in 1300 Residence Hall. Photos of friends and family hang in his office in the hall’s basement. | THE TEMPLE NEWS
Jonathan Thomas, who is blind in his left eye, uses a magnifying glass to assist him as he draws. | THE TEMPLE NEWS
Mat Tomezsko and volunteers install Tomezsko’s mural “14 Movements: A Symphony in Color and Words” along Broad Street’s median during July. | THE TEMPLE NEWS