Julianne Stanford is an award winning reporter and visual journalist based out of southwestern Arizona. She is senior at the University of Arizona where she will be finishing up a double major in journalism and international relations in the spring of 2017.
As a third year student, Julianne was awarded the Sherman R. Miller Outstanding Senior Award from the U of A School of Journalism for the 2015-2016 school year. Julianne is currently a media apprentice on the border desk at The Arizona Daily Star and the Tombstone Bureau Chief for the local edition of the Tombstone Epitaph. During the summer of 2016, she was an intern for The Skagway News, a small-town newspaper in Alaska. She worked as a reporter and photographer, in addition to helping copy edit and lay out the newspapert. Last year, Julianne was a radio broadcast intern for Arizona Public Media, the National Public Radio member station in Tucson, Arizona. Over the summer of 2015, Julianne studied photojournalism abroad in Orvieto, Italy.
In between internships and classes, Julianne is a photojournalism and multimedia teaching assistant for the U of A School Journalism, where she holds weekly classes and office hours to teach students photography techniques, editing and ethics in visual reporting. In her spare time, Julianne enjoys a strong cup of coffee and dreaming up the next destination to visit and report on.