Molly J. Smith

Molly Smith started her career in photography taking pictures for her high school yearbook. She went on to study journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and carries her camera everywhere she goes.

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Pima Deputy Says Goodbye, Tucson; Hello, England

The public face of the Pima County Sheriff’s Department is leaving to move to England, and reflects on his years in law enforcement. He had a belated start, having spent his early career in banking.

Amer Taleb

Journalism is a sacred career for Amer Taleb. His interest in journalism draws from a childhood stay in Lebanon. He says he can’t be an activist, but he can inform people with his stories.

Erik Reyna

Erik Reyna draws from his background in visual journalism to tell stories through a unique perspective. His dual interest in journalism and CSS led him to pursue a master’s degree in new media from the University of California, Berkeley.

Moonlight Over Kitt Peak

Moonlight illuminates the buildings at Kitt Peak National Observatory shortly after sunset on the Tohono O’odham reservation in southern Arizona. From photographer Molly J. Smith: “I waited for over an hour after sunset for the sun to dip enough below the horizon that a blue night sky appeared.”