PublicSource: If Funds Shrink, Can EMS in Rural PA Survive?
PublicSource: My Photographs of Syrian Refugees were Vandalized in Pittsburgh. But I will keep telling these stories.
PublicSource: "One of the last residents of Penn Plaza will continue her family's legacy in East Liberty for now"
PublicSource: A Vietnam Veteran's Last Days at Penn Plaza and His New Home in Wilkinsburg
The Atlantic: Counting the Dead in Mosul
Pittsburgh Quarterly: Buying a Company Town
PublicSource: Voices Unlocked, a 10-part project telling the stories of Pittsburgh-area residents whose life experiences have been shaped by the penal system.
i. Sarah Womack battled through Addiction and Incarceration. Now she is fighting for her daughter.
ii. From sailor locked up in Japan to artist in Pittsburgh
iii. Jason gave him a chance. Sa'von took it. Street crime cut their friendship short.
iv. Pittsburgh methadone clinic seeks compassion for those cast aside
v. A poet from Alabama teaches his craft to Southwest Pa. inmates
vi. Sisters through addiction, jail time and new endeavors
vii. A Pittsburgh man finds his voice while writing a novel and love letters from jail
viii. Solitary confinement changed Robin's life
ix. How a mother-daughter relationship both suffered and blossomed amid drug use and jail time
x. Sarah Womack overcame addiction, but her past continues to haunt her in family court
PublicSource: Gaudenzia's proposed drug rehab expansion troubles residents, including retired police officer Brenda Tate
Esquire Magazine "The Marine Who Loved Battle"
Reuters: Republicans face first test of tax cuts' power to sway voters
CNN: These moms are making tiny hijabs for their kid's dolls
Huffington Post: Why These Moms Think Every School Should Have a Doll With a Headscarf
Mashable: "Hello Hijab Initiative Celebrates Inclusivity with Stylish Headscarves for Dolls"
Rudaw: "IDPs returning to Nineveh depend on NGO for healthcare"
Pittsburgh Quarterly: Up In The Air
Pittsburgh Quarterly: 'Living with Amnesia'
Pittsburgh Quarterly: "Beyond Difference"
Maranie Rae Staab Shows Zaatari Refugee Camp Photographs
Coastal Carolina University Featured Alumna
WCOB Alumna Travels to Uganda to Raise Human Trafficking Awareness
Project to End Human Trafficking Volunteers Help Uganda
Three Rivers Arts Festival 2017 Four Month Exhibition, Summer 2017
Invited, Solo Exhibition/Public Art Display Commissioned by Riverlife and the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
First Amendment Photo Exhibition
Invited Point Park University
Pittsburgh, PA September 2016
UnSmoke Systems Artspace One Month Exhibition, August 2016
The Three Rivers Arts Festival 2016 Three Week Exhibition, June 2016
Invited, Solo Exhibition Commissioned by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
Point Park University Gallery Six Month Exhibition August 2015 - January 2016
Invited, Solo Exhibition
The Square Cafe One Month Exhibition, September 2015
Invited, Solo Exhibition
28 West Second Street Gallery Three Week Exhibit, May 2015
Women's Exhibition "The Nature of Things"
Invited and Juried
Training and Workshops
NPPA Multimedia Video Immersion Workshop March 2017
Syracuse, New York
NPPA Northern Short Course May 2017
Conflict Photography Workshops November 2016
Hostile Environment and Emergency First Aid Training February 2016
Global Journalist Security
The Missouri Photo Workshop September 2015