Meet Sara Clark, our multimedia faith contributor

One thing that’s different about running a Web-based news service is not having those wonderfully creative photographers around.

Lucky for me, local photographer Sara Clark has agreed to be our multimedia faith contributor for Religion News Wilmington.

She’s done local print photography beats for Illinois and Indiana newspapers, shooting everything from crime scenes to golf tournaments. And she’s even photographed Christian worship services in Africa on a mission trip. Check out her amazing portfolio here.

Sara wants to focus on artistic or inspirational photography of worshipers as well as event coverage for Religion News Wilmington. And she may even shoot some video, too!

Learn some more about Sara Clark here:

I am originally from Park Forest, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. I graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a degree in journalism.  I worked as a photojournalist for six years in Northwest Indiana. I was blessed to receive rewards from the Associated Press and Hoosier State Press Association for both writing and photography during those years. I have also had work published in USA Today, The Washington Post,the New York Post and The Indianapolis Star. In March of 2007, I resigned and went to South Africa to do mission work. While there, I was able to help teach others how to put together a newspaper for ministry purposes. I am currently married and living in Wilmington, N.C. Photography, to me, is a wild arena of possibility – both infectious and informative in nature.

 Welcome, Sara!


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