This year has been a wild ride, to say the least. As 2016 draws to a close, I decided to give my work from this year one last edit and pick out some of my favorites that didn't quite make the portfolio cut but that I just can't say goodbye to entirely.
It's hard to kill your darlings.
I've separated these picks into three categories that received most of my attention this year with a little room for "other" at the end.
First, politics, because obviously.
The next collection is the work I've done at Boston University this year, which reveals itself as more and more of a community within a community as I explore the nooks and crannies of student life here.
The third edit is of my work from Camp Harbor during the summer and its programs throughout the fall. This is really just an opportunity to reminisce about the beautiful Boston summer that was.
And now, it's time to look forward. In early January, I will be off to Las Vegas to cover CES, and I'm looking forward to photographing the people behind the tech and exploring a new part of the country.
After CES, I am heading to Washington D.C. to cover the inauguration, focusing on the Million Women March.
And then back to my "normal" life for the final semester of my college career, and then...