After receiving my bachelor of science in journalism from UF, I spent three-and-a-half years at the College of Journalism and Communications. My classes (both at the undergraduate and master’s level) focused on the various levels of impact visual journalism has on readers using different platforms to consume news.
In the summer of 2015, I moved to Washington, D.C. to work with three public interest communications groups creating content for non-profits, foundations and groups wanting to tell stories to help people.
My work has been featured online and in newspapers and magazines throughout the world by some the largest news organizations including The New York Times, Reuters, ESPN,Sports Illustrated, The European Pressphoto Agency and The Miami Herald.
In 2015, I finished a Master's of Science in Entrepreneurship from UF and my third year of teaching and continue to teach for UF online while working in DC and abroad.
Journo2Go, LLC was founded in 2016 as my work consulting and producing stories in Washington, DC grew.