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This video was a piece of a 16-part series that the Bozeman Daily Chronicle staff worked on in 2019, investigating the impacts of climate change on Montana.  I traveled to the Fort Peck Reservation to report on the Keystone XL pipeline and it’s proposed crossing under the Missouri River, the last source of fresh drinking water for the 30,000 people living in that part of the state.

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This project was inspired by the idea that everyone experiences solitude differently. Solitude can be loneliness, paradise, or simply being physically alone. This short documentary follows a variety of people from different circumstances who experience solitude in contrasting ways.

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As the University of Montana School of Journalism celebrates its 100th year, Jeremy Lurgio’s Advanced Multimedia class set out to tell the stories of Montanans who’ve been around just as long. A 2010 U.S. Census Report showed there were 53,364 centenarians in the nation, 175 of whom were living in Montana. Students traveled across the state to meet and photograph 12 of them.

I was chosen to photograph Ruby Ketron. Ruby was born Sept. 24, 1914, to Danish immigrants. She was raised on a homestead in Plentywood, Montana. This is her story.

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KBGA, a college radio station in Missoula, Montana sent Ruth Eddy and me to cover Treefort Music Festival in Boise, Idaho, in 2014.

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