P.J. Ziegler (Cover) is an Emmy-winning sports anchor and reporter at Cleveland, Ohio’s FOX8. When he’s not chasing the big sports story, he’s looking for that postcard image. His work has appeared in publications across the country, and you can find select photos on Getty Images.
Carrie Hunter (“Hurricane Michael Over Six Months Later”) is a filmmaker from Northwest Florida. After graduating from FSU’s film school, she worked as a Creative Services Director at Channel 3 in Pensacola and as an associate producer on the independent film The Lengths (available on Amazon Prime). Carrie moved to New York to work as an apprentice with the Directors Guild of America, gaining eligibility for guild membership on both coasts. She was assigned to shows like Luke Cage, Law and Order, Kimmy Schmidt, Blindspot, and Ben is Back.
After completing the program, she returned to the south to produce her own work, including her current documentary This Is Six Months After Hurricane Michael. In the fall, she will be attending saw school at Georgia State University with a focus on intellectual property and entertainment law.
Clay Jones (Cartoons) syndicates his cartoons daily to publications across the country. Clay was born in Fort Hood, Texas, and was raised in Louisiana, Illinois, California and Georgia. He currently lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia. His cartoons have recently been featured on CNN, and he was a finalist for the 2019 Herblock Prize.
Subscribe to the Claytoonz YouTube channel and watch Clay Jones create his masterpieces and demystify the whole cartooning thing.
Dave Rauschkolb (“Shifting Sands”) is the founder and owner of Bud & Alley’s Restaurant in Seaside *among other things.*
Seagrove Beach resident Nikki Hedrick (“Visionaries and Dreamers”) is a photographer and longtime Beachcomber contributor. She is the co-owner of 850 Music and Entertainment, and wears a few other hats, too. Nikki is currently up to her ears in beach wedding season.
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- Alaqua to the Rescue Again
- Logo All the Way… Destin High School Call for Submissions
- PFLAG Organizes in Niceville
Alaqua to the Rescue Again
Late last week, Alaqua Animal Refuge responded to a plea for help from Washington County Animal Control and took in 85 neglected animals from a single property. There were many types of...
Brace Yourselves…The Storm’s A-Comin’
By Charles Morgan III The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck’s classic American novel, was written 80 years ago. My parents were youngsters in the 1930s when Steinbeck wrote the saga...
And the 2019 Nominees Are…
Don’t get too excited (because I’m not), but here are the nominees for Beachcomber Music Awards Chapter 11 (so called because it’s the 11th one, although our accounting department would beg to...
Beachcomber Music Awards – The VIP Experience
It’s our 11th Beachcomber Music Awards, coming back to Al’s Beach Club & Burger Bar on Okaloosa Island Monday, Aug. 26. You can check out the nominees in 38 (special!) categories in...
Safe Water for Walton County…and Beyond
By Nikki Hedrick “We don’t get another chance at water supply. You either get it right or you get it wrong,” says Kelly Layman, one of the executive board members of...
PFLAG Organizes in Niceville
A group of local health care professionals, educators, clergy, parents, students, and concerned citizens have gathered together to charter PFLAG Niceville, a support group for LGBTQ people and their family and friends,...