Photojournalist Tells the Story of Psychiatrist Who Cares for Homeless

WTVF-Nashville photojournalist Nathan Sharkey didn’t think there was much of a chance that his station would air an eight minute project he compiled on the connection between homelessness and mental illness.
The station did. And it is a moving and thoughtful work.

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The Life of an Ambulance Workers in Liberia

Sometimes the biggest stories are best told through the eyes of one person. That is what the New York Times does in this story during the height of the Ebola outbreak. It is graphic, yes. And I would argue that it needed to be because the story was starting to fade in the U.S. once the panic faded stateside.Screen Shot 2017-03-07 at 9.29.43 AM.png