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florida’s space age newspaper
“Stairway To The Stars”
….b/ Ella Fitzgerald
— dave hogerty (OriginalNoise.Org)
The 1988 launch of the space shuttle Discovery, as seen from the bank of the Indian River (Cocoa, Florida).
Home is where the rockets fly — Since the day (May 5, 1961) my mother took me, my brother, and my sister into the front yard to see Alan Shepard fly. Shepard’s flight was America’s first step in its race with the Soviet Union to the Moon. look up.
b/ Molly Hatchet
Gainesville, Florida 1980
INDEPENDENT FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
university of florida “student” newspaper
PALM BEACH POST
palm beach county daily newspaper
features design editor evening times
miami metropolitan daily
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
college of journalism and communication
faculty: photography / layout / design
PALM BEACH DAILY NEWS
“the shiny sheet”
sunday editor / art director
feature page designer
best of the miami herald (16-page) weekly
original design/ editor / art director
— dave. originalnoise.org
The Girl Who Got Away — To avoid a direct hit of Hurricane Andrew, I vacated my Oceanfront North Miami Beach apartment, and drive north on A1A to my small house in West Palm Beach. I’d ride out the storm 30 miles north, just across Lake Worth (Intracoastal Waterway) from Donald Trump’s Mar A Lago (resort). I was safely on the mainland, far enough away to avoid the worst of the storm, but close enough to see the Mar A Lago tower from the front yard, and to be worried.
The next morning, after the storm had raged overnight, the sky was surprisingly clear, blue, and calm. I left early to get back home, all the while anxious about what I might find. I received my first visual clue on I-95, as I approached the 836 Interchange, the north entrance into Urban Miami. More To See
MIAMI NEW TIMES
miami alternative news weekly ‘97
fort lauderdale sun sentinel [alt.] weekly
(original design/ art director)’98
also: sun sentinel design (sunday front page)
recognized for photography/ writing/ design/
William Raldolph Hearst Foundation
• News Feature Writing National Gold Medal (1981)
National Press Photographers Association (NPPA)
Society of Newspaper Design (SND)
Time Life Inc.
National jazz Magazine
quarterly magazine to accompany website
While on the Miami Herald Staff , 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.