On the first day of seventh grade, I learned I was, in fact, a superhero. The Invisible Woman. New girl; transfer; who? I wasn’t pretty. I wasn’t popular. I wasn’t known.

Years of braces and glasses lingered one lonely lunch at a time, until I found my voice as a writer for the high school newspaper.

Taylor Jackson Buchanan

Journalism and I developed a certain understanding; authentic storytelling is not always pretty or popular either. But the craft allows an observant person to make truth known.

As a writer and photographer, I seek to capture complex subjects. As an editor, I ensure the inclusion of a variety of perspectives and that high standards are consistently upheld.

In this digital age, I am committed to thoughtful storytelling across platforms. From short documentary films to interactive data visualizations to written feature stories, I create, edit and produce multi-media content for news organizations, businesses and school districts.

Want to learn more?

Watch this video about my multimedia work.

Video produced and edited by Levi Barrie and Schelly Stone.

View my resume here