This past week, Loudoun County Magazine Student Editors met with Photojournalist Douglas Graham to discuss bias in media and interview skills. Douglas Graham’s award-winning career spans over 40-years with work published in well over 150 publications as a staff and freelance photographer. Early in Graham’s career he was named Newspaper Photographer of the Year and Wildlife Photographer of the Year both in the State of Virginia. He has been recognized for his work with awards from press organizations including the W.S. Copeland Award for community journalism, 2019 News Photo of the Year by the Virginia Press Association. Also in 2019 Graham won two prestigious awards for his work on the America’s Routes project, a Edward R. Murrow award for “Excellence in Video” and also an Emmy award for the story “The Long Road Home.” Graham retired from full time journalism in 2014 but has continued to work for Loudoun Now and also as a founding member of America’s Routes, he has called Loudoun and Clarke County’s home for the past 33-years.