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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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Cocoa TODAY (florida’s spaceage newspaper)
(sports writer/ photographer)
1974-1979
INDEPENDENT FLORIDA ALLIGATOR (university of florida daily)
(photographer/writer/ editor)
1980-1983
PALM BEACH POST
(photographer/(evening times) feature editor)
1984
MIAMI HERALD
(photographer)
1985-1987
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
college of journalism (faculty)
1987-1989
PALM BEACH DAILY NEWS (“the shiny sheet”)
(sunday editor/art director)
1990-1992
MIAMI HERALD
(photographer/“living” page designer)
1992-1996
DIVERSIONS (miami herald “best of” [16-page] weekly)
(idea./editor/design)
1992-1994
MIAMI NEW TIMES (miami’s news weekly)
(art director)
1996
CITY LINK [fort lauderdale sun sentinel’s “alternative” tabloid weekly.]
(art director/ writer/ editor)
1996-1998

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Recognized by/
National Press Photographers Association (NPPA)
Society of Newspaper Design (SND)
Gannett Newspapers
Time-Life Inc. for/ photography. writing. design.

 

JAZZIZ MAGAZINE
creative director/ art director/ writer
1999-2005
MUSIC.COM MAGAZINE
creative director
NOVA SOUND STUDIOS
art/editorial director
OriginalNoise.Org
JAZZIZ [20th Anniversary]
JAZZIZ [20th Covers]
Music.Com  MUSIC.COM
“The Bridge”
Art Deco Weekend [2012-2016]
The Gospel According to Bill Hicks
Moments In Space & Time
Florida: Land of Exploration & Discovery
The Wonderful World of Living Colour
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.

— dave. originalnoise.org

While on the Miami Herald Staff [1993], contributed as a photographer, editor, and designer to the Herald’s Public Service Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of Hurricane Andrew.
Diversions was 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. Diversion was developed as a vehicle to deliver news and Miami Herald entertainment to those Miami/ Dade County residents who weren’t Herald subscribers (more than the two million).  In the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, Diversions served a significant role, delivering important post-storm, life-sustaining information to a South Florida community, of which a large segment was without electricity.

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dave.
b/ NOVEMBER 17, 1956
Life-long florida (photo) journalist

PHOTOGRAPHY
Miami Herald (daily newspaper)
1985-1986
Palm Beach Post (daily newspaper)
1983-1984
Cocoa TODAY (“florida’s space age newspaper”)
Independent Florida Alligator (UF daily newspaper)
1974-1979

CREATIVE DIRECTION
JAZZIZ (national magazine)
2000-2005
MUSIC.COM (website magazine supplement)

ART DIRECTION
XS (Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel’s “alternative” weekly)
1999-2000
Miami New Times (alternative news weekly)
1997-1999
The “Shiny” Sheet (Palm Beach daily newspaper)
1990-1992

EDITING
Miami Herald (feature page design)
1992-1997
Diversions (Miami Herald weekly)
1992-1994

TEACHING
University of Florida (faculty)
College of Journalism and Communications
1987-1989
Photojournalism
Graphics of Journalism

INVENTION
OriginaLNoise.Org

MEDIA …
“THE BRIDGE” (Educational Music Program)
w/Allan Harris and Doug Wimbish
LIVING COLOUR (Rock N Roll Band)
w/Vernon Reid, Corey Glover, Will Calhoun, Doug Wimbish
TACK>>HEAD (Industrial, Trip-Hop, Funk Band)
w/Skip McDonald, Bernard Fowler, Keith Leblanc, Adrian Sherwood, Doug Wimbish
NOVASOUND (music recording/production/performance)
w/Doug Wimbish
WIM>>BASH (Music Festival Production/Musicians Collective)
w/Doug Wimbish
ART DECO WEEKEND (Music Festival Production)
w/Doug Wimbish, Allan Harris, Suénalo

[ 2020 ] — THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD

dave.

While on the Miami Herald Staff [ [1993] ], contributed as a photographer, editor, and designer to the Herald’s Public Service Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of Hurricane Andrew.
Diversions was 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 critically acclaimed, and internationally praised Sunday magazine. Diversion was developed as a vehicle to deliver important public service messages to those Miami, Dade County, and South Florida residents who didn’t subscibe to the Miami Herald … significantly more than the two million, Sunday subscribers at the time. In the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, Diversions more than showed its meddle, delivering entertainment and valuable, life-saving information, making Diversions and important public service of its own.

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