Selected Media & Publications

Books

2019 (forthcoming): My Body Was Left On the Street: Music Education and Displacement, edited by Kính T. Vũ and André de Quadros, Sense Publishers.

 

Press

2018: WBOY "'Unseen Morgantown' Opening Reception Held at Monongalia Arts Center" 

2018: WDTV "'Unseen Morgantown' Exhibition Opens in Morgantown"

2018: SoCal Photo Exchange "Report on the First Annual Faculty, Member, Alumni Exhibition"

2018: SoCal Photo Exchange: "LACP's First Annual Faculty, Member, Alumni Exhibition"

2017: All About Photo, "The Creative Portrait"

2017: Los Angeles Center of Photography, "LACP's Third Annual Creative Portrait Exhibition"

2017: Los Angeles Center of Photography, "Selected Virtual Gallery Artists - The Creative Portrait Exhibition"

 

Photography & Multimedia

2016: The Huffington Post, "Documenting the Lives of People who Use Drugs Through Photography"

2016: The Los Angeles Times (print edition), "Keep it simple, silly. Forget the fads and take a good walk."

2016: Prince St Podcast from Dean & DeLuca, "Cruising Pico with Jonathan Gold"

2016: Prince St Podcast from Dean & DeLuca, "Jonathan Eats Pico"

2016: Scalawag Magazine, "A drug user's union is reimagining public health in the South"

2016: Amplifier Magazine, "Exploring drug use, gender, and Southern culture through photography"

2016: Fotografia Magazine, "Ten Best #FotoMobile Submissions, Vol 51"

2015: North Carolina Health News, "In Final Act, Fracking Commission Recommends Public Health Study"

2014: North Carolina Health News, "Residents Urge Stronger Health Protections from Fracking"

2014: North Carolina Health News, "Panel Cites NC Health Benefits from Federal Carbon Plan"

 

Writing

2016: The Huffington Post, "Documenting the Lives of People who Use Drugs Through Photography"

2016: Amplifier Magazine, "Exploring drug use, gender, and Southern culture through photography"

2016: The Raleigh News & Observer, "Why North Carolina needs syringe exchange"

2016: The Influence, "Light that fire: how drug users fight for better laws and self-defined recovery"

2016: RawStory, "How drug users are banding together to fight for sane laws and addiction recovery"