Below is a sample of my best photojournalism content including news, features, sports and portraits.
A group of girls take photos along Roosevelt Street in Downtown Phoenix on Wednesday evening March 22, 2017. (Photo by Tynin Fries)
An officer reloads her gun during a certification test at the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy. (Photo by Tynin Fries/Cronkite News)
A child watches butterflies fly around her head as part of the Dia de los Muertos Festival at St. Mary’s Basilica in Phoenix, Arizona on Nov. 6, 2016. (Photo by Tynin Fries)
Officer Alejandro Barron of the Winslow police department collects fingerprints off a damaged car. (Photo by Tynin Fries/Cronkite News)
Protestors yell “Undocumented. Unafraid.” as they march down Central Avenue following the repeal of DACA. (Photo by Tynin Fries/Cronkite News)
A Department of Transportation agent inspects a truck for brake and light safety at the Mariposa Port of Entry. (Photo by Tynin Fries/Cronkite News)
9-year old Isaiah Brown, left, and Tanique Cooper, 36, spread shaving cream on each other as part of one activity in Schnepf Farm’s Messy Fest event on Sept. 17, 2016 in Queen Creek, Arizona. (Photo by Tynin Fries)
Homeless woman Rebecca Blake poses for a photo in Phoenix during the annual Point-in-Time Count on Jan. 24, 2017. (Photo by Tynin Fries/Cronkite News)
“I think DACA is important and these people should be allowed to stay. They are modern citizens, they just aren’t citizens yet,” Sue Baird, 67, of Phoenix said following the repeal of DACA. (Photo by Tynin Fries/Cronkite News)
Maya Patrose, 22, poses for a portrait. (Photo by Tynin Fries)
Air Force defenseman Johnny Hrabovsky (3) checks Arizona State defenseman Brinson Pasichnuk (39) at Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona on Oct. 14, 2016. (Photo by Tynin Fries)
Phoenix Women’s March organizer Kristy King (right) leads protesters in a chant before marching through the streets of Phoenix on Saturday morning on Jan. 21, 2017. (Photo by Tynin Fries)
“I feel like I am a U.S. citizen. That’s why I came wrapped in an American flag. This is my flag. This is my country,” Emmanuel Lopez Rafael, 19, of Mesa said at a protest following the end of the DACA program. (Photo by Tynin Fries/Cronkite News)
ADOT is working directly wtih Mexican trucking companies to get drivers certified. So far ADOT reports that almost 90 drivers have passed the class. (Photo by Tynin Fries/Cronkite News)
The photo story below is called No Other Choice which you can see in full here. It features two black women who are single mothers fighting breast cancer.
Below is a 360 video, best viewed in a headset, created for this Cronkite News story: New Phoenix Zoo exhibit teaches kids of all ages about dinosaurs, conservation.