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— dave hogerty (OriginalNoise.Org)

The 1988 launch of the space shuttle Discovery, as seen from the bank of the Indian River in Cocoa, Florida.

 

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A Day In The Life

 

Cocoa TODAY
florida’s space age newspaper
sports writer/ photographer
1974-1979

INDEPENDENT FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
university of florida daily
photographer/writer/editor
1980-1983

PALM BEACH POST
palm beach county daily
photographer/feature editor
1984

MIAMI HERALD
metropolitan daily newspaper
photographer
1985-1987

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
faculty
college of journalism
1987-1989

PALM BEACH DAILY NEWS 
“the shiny sheet”
sunday editor/art director
1990-1992

MIAMI HERALD
metropolitan daily newspaper
photographer/feature page designer
1992-1996

DIVERSIONS 
miami herald “best of” weekly
creator/editor
1992-1994

MIAMI NEW TIMES
miami alternative news weekly
art director
1996

CITY LINK
fort lauderdale sun sentinel alternative weekly
art director/writer/editor
1996-1998

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recognized by:
William Randolph Hearst Foundation
National Press Photographers Association (NPPA)
Society of Newspaper Design
Gannett Newspapers
for: photography/writing/design
William Randolph Hearst Foundation
National Gold Medal (1981)
News/Feature Writing:
Convenience Is In The Eye Of The Beholder.
The All American, “God, Guts, and Guns” story of a University of Florida Engineering Student in Gainesville, Florida who was shot in an early (2AM) Saturday morning armed robbery.

 

2000
JAZZIZ
international music magazine
creative director
1999-2005
JAZZIZ 20TH ANNIVERSARY (SLIDESHOW)

MUSIC.COM MAGAZINE
music website magazine (contents guide)
creative director
MUSIC.COM / HATE RHYMES (MAGAZINE)

NOVA SOUND STUDIOS
art/editorial director
Wimbash Music Festivals 
w/ Doug Wimbish

JAZZIZ [20th ANNIVERSARY]

JAZZIZ  [COVERS]

Music.Com [MAGAZINE]

The Wonderful World of Living Colour

“The Bridge”

Art Deco Weekend  [2012-2016]

The Gospel According to Bill Hicks

Moments In Space & Time

Florida: Land Of Exploration & Discovery

CinemaSonics

“This Is Not America”

“Out Of Africa”

Harlem Renaissance

 

The Girl Who Got Away

For Decades, The Coppertone Girl stood on I95 at the north entrance to Miami. August 24, 1992, a category 4 hurricane named Andrew knocked her to the ground, and shook the whole of South Florida. The next morning, after the sky had cleared, and the wind turned to a gentle ocean breeze, I tried, but failed, to take the broken girl home.

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1993 — While on the Miami Herald Staff, contributed to the Herald’s Public Service Pulitzer Prize, as a photographer, editor (Diversions), and section designer, in its coverage of Hurricane Andrew.

Diversions A 16-page, broad sheet, weekly section, made with the (“Best Of”) the Miami Herald’s previous week’s content, including that written for Tropic, the Herald’s legendary Sunday magazine. Diversions was developed as a vehicle to deliver news and Miami Herald entertainment to those (more than two million) Miami/Dade County residents who weren’t Herald subscribers.  In the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, Diversions served a significant role, in delivering important, post-storm, life-sustaining information to a South Florida community, much, for weeks after, without electricity.

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