Harrison used to capture photos just to try and take pretty pictures. Yet, one incident would change his perception on photography for good. Now, Harrison aims to capture moments instead of images when he is taking pictures. Check out Harrison's story to learn about he changed from being a photographer to a photojournalist.
Harrison Jones is an 18-year-old freelance photojournalist from Hanover, Pennsylvania. He is currently attending GWU as a freshman photojournalism major.
He works on assignment for The Evening Sun and the York Daily Record newspapers as a freelance photojournalist and is also employed by the George Washington University's Division of External Relations as a photographer covering student life and the Washington D.C. area...
Harrison's work has been featured by ABC World News Tonight with David Muir, the Today show, Good Morning America, ABC 7 - WJLA, NBC News, USA Today, and many more outlets.
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