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“Nearly Two Decades Ago, Women Across the Country Sued Walmart for Discrimination. They’re Not Done Fighting” Portrait commission for TIME magazine.
Selected for The British Journal of Photography’s Ones to Watch.
Invited to give an artist lecture at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communications.
Invited to judge The National Press Photographer’s Best of Photojournalism photography competition at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia.
“It is Not a Closet, It is a Cage”, portraits for Elizabeth Dias’ report on gay catholic priests for The New York Times.
“Hakeem Jeffries Doesn’t Want to Be Called the Next Obama”, portrait of Congressman Hakeem Jeffries for The New York Times Magazine.
Spent four days on the road with Sen. Elizabeth Warren in Iowa for her first campaign tour after declaring her democratic candidacy for president on assignment for The New York Times.
“This is Our Reality Now”, a four part series looking at the effects of the Trump administration’s EPA rollbacks on communities across the country for The New York Times.
“‘A Lot at Stake.’ Inside the Grassroots Efforts to Mobilize Hundreds of Black Voters in Georgia”, photos for TIME of Georgia’s governor’s race.
Spent the final weekend before the midterm elections with President Donald Trump traveling across the country to campaign for key political races for The New York Times.
Invited to speak on a panel discussion for PDN 30’s best business practices and a panel discussion on “Politics & Power” at PhotoPlus Expo at the Jacob Javits convention center in New York City.
“American Stasis” exhibited at the Zoom Photo Festival in Saguenay, Quebec, Canada.
Invited to give a presentation and to participate in a panel discussion at The National Press Photographer’s Women in Visual Journalism seminar in Denver, Colorado.
“Vinegar and Char”, works created for The Southern Foodways Alliance’s Gravy 69 quarterly magazine highlighting their newest poetry anthology.
“Federal Project No. 2” published in Topic Magazine, exploring the legacy of urban renewal in Southwest DC and it’s effect on housing policy across the nation.
Covered the Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh hearing for The New York Times.
“John Brennan, former CIA Spymaster, Steps Out of the Shadows”, cover portrait of John Brennan for The New York Times Magazine.
Photographed The 2018 NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits Convention in Dallas, Texas for TIME Magazine.
“How Trump Moved the Mexican Border North”, work created alongside writer Emily Gogolak looking at the northward creep of the border and the political storm over Texas, published in Politico Magazine. More work found in Mother Lands.
“March for Our Lives”, coverage of the March for Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C. for TIME Magazine.
“The School Shooting Generation Has Had Enough”, an In-depth look at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas students leading the Never Again movement on gun reform for TIME Magazine's cover story.
“Revisiting Parkland”, Revisited Parkland one month after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting for TIME Magazine.
Selected for PDN's 2018 30 New and Emerging Photographers.
“Parkland Mourns”, coverage of Parkland, Florida after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school for TIME Magazine.
Awarded Second Place Portrait in the Eyes of History contest of The White House News Photographers Association.
“Turning the Lens on Trump”, a selection of photos and stories from White House photographers on Trump's first year in office for CNN.
"The Pictures That Moved Them the Most", a selection of photos and stories from White House photographers on Trump's first year in office for TIME.
Paper lithographic prints of Washington published in Ezra Klein's "The Case for Normalizing Impeachment" for Vox.
Named finalist for the Inaugural PH Museum Women Photographer Grant for "Coming Home: Unionville".
"We Were Eight Years in Power", official portrait of Ta-Nehisi Coates.
"The First White President”, photographs accompanying Ta-Nehisi Coates' article in The Atlantic Magazine.
“Coming Home” published in Smithsonian Magazine, celebrating the 150th anniversary of Unionville. More work found in Coming Home: Unionville.
“After the March”, commissioned to cover the healthcare debate surrounding women's issues on Capitol Hill for ELLE magazine's September issue.
Recipient for Women Photograph's inaugural photography grant in partnership with ONA.
Coverage of James Comey's testimony for The New Yorker.
Selected for publication in American Photography 33.
“President Trump’s First 100 Days”, a selection of work from Trump's first 100 days for NPR.
"Turning the Lens on Trump", a selection of photos and stories from White House photographers on Trump's first 100 days in office for CNN.
Selected for Politico Playbook's Power List of "The New Guard".
"At CPAC, Conservatives Settle Into Their New Roles," coverage of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference for The New York Times
"Through Women's Eyes: A Decade of Solidarity in D.C.", members of Women Photojournalists of Washington (WPOW) share images from the Women’s March on Washington and discuss the importance of supporting each other in an industry dominated by men.
Coverage of Donald Trump's inauguration for NPR.
Selected as Emerging Talent with Getty Images Reportage.
“The Year in Pictures”, a selection from coverage of Hillary Clinton's election night watch party for CNN.
"Baltimore Sings the Blues" exhibited at the Angkor Photo Festival and Workshop in Siem Reap, Cambodia
“Women Photojournalists of Washington 10th Anniversary Show" at National Geographic Museum during FOTODC
Coverage of Hillary Clinton's watch party in NYC for CNN published in "Unprecedented: The Election That Changed Everything".
#Girlgaze A Frame of Mind exhibition featuring "Baltimore Sings the Blues" at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, California
"Dissent, Drama, and Unity at the Democratic National Convention", coverage of the 2016 Democratic National Conventions for NPR.
"True Believers, Protestors and Trump: Scenes from Cleveland", coverage of the 2016 Republican National Conventions for NPR.
Finalist for the Inge Morath award from the Magnum Foundation for "Baltimore Sings the Blues".
Selected for the 2016 Flash Forward Emerging Photographers contest of the Magenta Foundation.
Selected for American Photography 32, portrait of Seymour Hersh for The New York Times Magazine.
Awarded Judge's Special Recognition, Community Awareness Award & Third Place, News Picture Story, for "Baltimore Sings the Blues" in Pictures of the Year International Competition.
Awarded First Place Domestic News Story, Second Place Domestic News Photo, Third Place Multimedia News Story, "Eyes of History" Contest, The White House News Photographer's Association.
Selected for Photoboite’s 30 Under 30 Female Photographers worldwide.