I excel at covering a wide variety of editorial and photojournalism stories often under unique circumstances. That’s because no matter what the subject is, it still requires the same essential skill—a keen eye for images that tell compelling stories.

Of course, getting those photos requires additional skills, such as working with people, thinking and adapting quickly, and patience. I love editorial and photojournalist shoots for the opportunity to put those skills to work as much as I do taking the actual photos.

Let me know below if I can help with your editorial, journal, news, or magazine story. See examples of my work in print in the tearsheets section below. For editorial portraits click here. 



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“We hired Doug for a shoot that began early in the morning, ended late in the evening, and had several moving parts in between. The high-quality images he provided were completely in line with our magazine’s style, and met all of the goals we had in mind. Working with him was a great experience all the way around!”


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“I’ve had the pleasure of working with Doug for several years on a number of whirlwind portrait photo shoots in the most challenging of spaces. Without fail, Doug delivers high-quality, beautiful work. His keen attention to detail and expert understanding of light make for well-composed, powerful images. He is very professional, easy to work with, and in general, a fun person to be around!”
—ELISE CARBONARO, Director of Communications, U. of Maryland School of Engineering


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“Super easy to work with and amazing photos!”
—ASHLEY MILLER, Art Director, Sleep Review Journal


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“Wonderful to work with.”
—JILL BENTON, Senior Art Director, AOPA