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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 space age newspaper)
(sports writer/ photographer)
1974-1979
INDEPENDENT FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
university of florida daily
(photographer/writer/ editor)
1980-1983
PALM BEACH POST
evening times
(photographer/ 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.

 

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1999-2005
MUSIC.COM MAGAZINE
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NOVA SOUND STUDIOS
art/editorial director
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Moments In Space & Time
Florida: A Land Of Exploration & Discovery
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Out Of Africa
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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 (Diversions), and (page) 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 (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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