About James Clark
My photographs, multimedia, and print stories have appeared in a number of local and national publications including CNN, New York Times, Huffington Post, Oakland Tribune, Santa Cruz Sentinel, Good Times Santa Cruz and the Alameda Sun.
Work placements can be seen below.
I placed first in the United States Marine Corps Combat Correspondents Association Merit Awards for my series Wild Days and Nights (2010), and received second place for my series Coming of Age (2011).
I was deployed twice to Afghanistan, first from 2009-2010, and again from 2011-2012, with 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment. During my tours I participated in multiple operations, the most notable being Operations Moshtarak and Eastern Storm.
While serving as a combat correspondent in the US Marine Corps from 2008-2012, I received training as a print and photo journalist through the Basic Writers Course at the Defense Information School, Fort Meade, Md., in the winter of 2008. I received further schooling in photography and multimedia creation during the Intermediate Photojournalism Course, in the summer of 2010.
I currently attend the University of California, Santa Cruz where I am pursuing a Bachelors of Art in Modern Literature, and worked as a photo intern at at the Santa Cruz Sentinel (2013), and as a news intern at Good Times, Santa Cruz, (2008).
The Huffington Post - Shots of War
Good Times, Santa Cruz ran a Q&A as a cover story about my experiences as a Combat Correspondent, (2012), and a slideshow of those photos ran on Greg Archers blog for The Huffington Post, found here.
NY Times online - Dispatches
CNN - Operation Moshtarak
The photos below were pulled from a newsreel that covered the U.S. Marine led assault on the Taliban held city of Marjah, Feb. 13, 2010. The original high resolution photos can be found at the Defense & Video Imagery Distribution site here.