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I'm a freelance reporter based in Orlando, Florida, frequently covering space news for Reuters and politics for Orlando Weekly.

A majority of my work includes documentary, portrait and breaking news photography. When I'm reporting, I'm also taking photos, and when I'm not reporting, I'm still taking photos.

I graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2018 with a Bachelor's in international relations and minors in film and terrorism studies.

I'm open to any kind of project. If you need text, photo or video coverage in Florida, don't hesitate to shoot me an email or give me a call. 

The International Union of Painters lodge in Orlando reached its room capacity on Friday when a mass of Democratic candidates, including Tallahassee mayor and gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum and U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, rallied voters to celebrate the progressive party's victories in the primary elections last Tuesday.


To Democrats, the event was a much needed reunion. And with a newfound optimism on the coattails of Gillum's explosive primary success, other candidates, like Bill Nelson, will need to keep pace. 

Election day is right around the corner, and with several months of campaigning behind him, Ron DeSantis has yet to unveil his healthcare platform. 

The Republican gubernatorial nominee, who prevailed in a one-on-one primary under the aegis of President Trump's heavy endorsement, stopped at the Iglesia Nación de Fe in the heart of Kissimmee's motel strip on Saturday afternoon to entertain a small crowd of Hispanic church-goers. Many anticipated updates on the status of his healthcare platform.