Gabriella Parsons is a documentary photographer and journalist born-and-raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. She is a senior journalism major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she concentrates in photo/video production, women and gender studies, English and Spanish. In her work, Gabriella combines the ethical integrity of a journalist with the stylistic flare of an artist, focusing on topics from the environment to mental health to unsolved crime scenes to liberation movements. For the past year, Gabriella has been a fellow of the UNL international photojournalism program, Global Eyewitness, which took her to Uganda and then Puerto Rico to report on emerging global issues. She also works with newly resettled youth at Lincoln High School mentoring them in iPhone photography and videography. The summer before she graduates college, Gabriella is excited to join the PBT team as a production intern to better understand this place she calls home and all the stories that make it unique.
Posted on September 24, 2018
A young child runs through the vast Nebraska prairie. Her fingers graze the grass gently, curiously. The prairie is her playground, as she dances wildly in Denton. Here, local conservation groups restore native prairie grass through a project called the Haines Branch Prairie Corridor. The project will connect existing prairie in the Haines Branch tributary of Salt […]