About Me

I am a senior journalism student at the University at Albany.  My concentration in the field of journalism is visual and digital media, more specifically, photojournalism.

Photography had been long been a serious hobby, being my family’s designated vacation photographer and taking thousands of photographs of my dog, Doc, my first subject.

While I studied abroad in London during my sophomore year of college, the Spring of 2007, I decided that photography was what I wanted to do for a living.

Upon arrival back in the States, and after a long Summer, I started shooting endlessly   for the Albany Student Press, the University at Albany’s weekly publication, and the University’s Torch Yearbook.

I was photo editor for the Albany Student Press during the 2007 academic year, where I managed and edited the work of staff photographers and coordinated production with the editor-in-chief.

Currently I am the editor of the 2009 Torch Yearbook, managing and editing the work of a group of photographers known as the University Photo Service for publication in the yearbook.

Over the Summer of 2008, I interned as a staff photographer at the Daily Gazette in Schenectady where I now work part-time.

I enjoy photographing sports and love to travel.

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One response to “About Me

  1. Hey Barry–

    Hope all is well. Happy New Year!

    I see that you’ve got me included in your blog roll. Thank you! I’ve got a new blog address, though — http://www.JeffFoleyblog.com

    I also saw in your profile that you’re working part-time at the Gazette. Congrats! Keep up the good work.

    Jeff Foley

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