For the past 10 years Russel has been a documentary, fine art, and portrait photographer, and for the past 5 years a multimedia storyteller. In 2009 Russel moved to San Francisco for a six month Associated Press photographer job where he covered California’s marijuana economy, the collapsing Bay Bridge, and Central Valley water issues. These days he is a freelance visual storyteller producing photo and video news stories, mini documentaries, portraits, and collaborates on civil justice projects, while obsessively recording life around. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Bay Citizen, and he contributes regularly to Patch.com. His multimedia stories about Montana’s Indian Country have won him SPJ and Hearst Journalism Awards. He is a Freedom Forum Diversity Institute Scholar, during which he attended both the American Indian Journalism Institute and the Chips Quinn Scholar Program. He received a BA in journalism from the University of Montana.
photo website: russeldaniels.com
top video stories: www.youtube.com/user/RusselDVisuals
published editorial work: editorialportfolio.tumblr.com/
photo diary: russeldaniels.tumblr.com
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