On Western Edge: Claremont Politics / Various publications, 2015-17 

 A person during the Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21, 2017.

As a staff photographer for my student newspaper, an intern at the local weekly, and an independent photojournalist, I chronicled politics at the Claremont Colleges as Donald Trump slowly, then suddenly, ascended to the presidency.

 Reflected in the window of the Hub grill at Claremont McKenna College, Dean of Students Mary Spellman, left, takes questions from students in Nov. 2015 as she faces calls to resign over a lack of action against racist incidents on campus.
 Behind the scenes at the dedication ceremony for Roberts Pavillion on Sept. 30, 2016.
 Claremont community members vote inside Edmunds Ballroom at Pomona College on Nov. 8, 2016.
 Pomona College students react to the CNN election night broadcast on Nov. 8, 2016.
 "That's not how free speech works," yells junior Chase Eller, draped in an American flag, while surrounded by about 300 students chanting "Black lives, they matter here" during a blockade of a speech by conservative writer Heather Mac Donald at Claremont McKenna College on April 6, 2017.
 during the Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21, 2017.
 at the International Gala at Bridges Auditorium on Oct. 22.
 during the Claremont Colleges United Against Hate march on Friday.
 A student benefitting from Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals works in his room at Pomona College in March 2017. He says the potential elimination of the executive order is "an issue that's always in my mind."
 The Kravis Center at Claremont McKenna College, named for mega-donor Henry Kravis, who faced scrutiny from students for his large donations to the GOP and his closeness to Donald Trump, seen in March 2017.