I graduated from Arkansas State University in 2014 with a bachelor’s in journalism, emphasis in news editorial. I worked with the school newspaper The Herald as a reporter/photographer at the beginning of my junior year and quickly moved to hold the positions of photo editor, news editor, feature editor and copy editor.
My career as a journalist took off Spring 2013 once I began freelancing as a photographer for Jonesboro Occasions. Since then I have been published in Jonesboro’s Crossing Cultures magazine and the Paragould Premiere. I began working with The Hot Springs Sentinel-Record Dec. 30, 2014, as the crime reporter and haven’t slowed down since. This full-time job has led me to report drug busts, tag along on manhunts and work on court cases that have gained nation-wide attention.
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