All publications link to original content where available.
Writing: Journalism, Essay, Memoir, and Photojournalism
“Rector Interview and Analysis: Professor Jordan B. Peterson”, March 2017. News. Glasgow Guardian.
“Glasgow protests Trump’s Muslim Ban, Photoessay. February 2017. Features. Glasgow Guardian.
“A Greek Immigrant, A Community Diner & A Love Story from the 1940s” feat. Photoessay “How Van Met Phyllis: Curley’s Diner, Stamford, CT, The Ruby Slipper Project”. Edge of Humanity Magazine. March 2017.
“The Transition From Farm Lifestyle To Higher Education in California”, feat. Photoessay “At the Edge of the World: Socioeconomic Disparity Between Davis, California and Outlying Farming Communities”. Edge of Humanity Magazine. February 2017.
“Alpacalypse – “Alpacas on Campus” RAG Week Event Faces Backlash”, March 2017. News. Glasgow Guardian.
“Skeletons in the Closet: The Significance of Contemporary Vandalism at Glasgow’s Necropolis”, March 2017. Features. Glasgow Guardian.
“Quickly Returning To Daily Activities After A Terror Attack: Sunny Day @ Kensington Gardens, London” feat. Photoessay “Love Still Lives in London”. Edge of Humanity Magazine. March 2017.
“More Than a Memory: Glasgow University’s War Memorial Garden Represents Community; Embodies a Contemporary Call for Armistice” (and all Photographs), November 2016. Features. Glasgow Guardian.
“Literature’s Role in a Digital Tomorrow: Glasgow University Still ‘A World of Words’, an Interview with Dr. Bryony Randall” (and all Photographs), October 2016. Features. Glasgow Guardian.
Visual Art and Illustration
“Robert Side-Burns”, Ink Drawing, for ‘Study investigates mental health of Robert Burns’, by Joshua Gualtieri. Glasgow Guardian Issue IV. January 2017. University of Glasgow. Glasgow, U.K.
“Yehudi Menuhin”, Ink Drawing. Breakwater 2015. Albertus Magnus College. New Haven, Connecticut. Ed. Fidis, Stephanie & Sheehan, Matthew J-J.
“Prospect Street”, Cover Art. Breakwater 2015. Albertus Magnus College. New Haven, Connecticut. Ed. Fidis, Stephanie & Sheehan, Matthew J-J.