What was your major / minor?
A: Major: Politics, Minor: Journalism
Where did you live all four years?
A: Regis, Jogues, Townhouse 125 and the beach. I lived on the road behind The Grape.
What were all of your roles on The Mirror?
A: Staff Photographer, Photo Editor and Editor-in-Chief
What was the most controversial story you published as editor-in-chief?
A: One of our editors spent the night on the street for a story he wrote about being homeless.
What was your favorite/least favorite parts of being editor in chief?
A: The staff. I was lucky that many of my good friends also worked for The Mirror. The worst part was balancing school and being the Editor-in-Chief.
How did your time at The Mirror prepare you for your future career?
A: During my four years at The Mirror, I photographed everything. I was really the only full-time staff photographer and that experience developed the base for the skills I use today as a professional photographer and cinematographer.
What is your favorite memory of Fairfield? Favorite Clam Jam memory?
A: My favorite Fairfield memory was my entire year living at the beach. My best Clam Jam memory was being invited as a sophomore by some older Mirror staff members.