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One of Mark's photos of the June, 2009, state police escort driving past the home of slain
PA State Trooper Joshua Miller was used in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
 


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Below is Mark's cover photo from the day of the Trooper's funeral.

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Mark provided extended photo coverage of the federal corruption trial of former Luzerne County judge Mark Ciavarella Jr. in February, 2011.  The trial made state and national news, and Mark's photo was picked up by the Philadelphia Inquirer.
 


The Penguins vs. Binghamton - used in the sports section of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette May 2nd, 2005 in print and online. 

 

Mark's weather shot of some King's College students playing football during the heavy snowfall that blanketed northeastern PA on February 25th, 2010 was picked up by several nationwide newspapers, including USA Today.
 


 

 

Mark spent long hours at the federal courthouse in Scranton during the federal corruption trial of former Luzerne County judge Mark Ciavarella Jr. in February, 2011.  The trial made state and national news, with Mark's photos appearing in newspapers throughout the country.  The image below accompanied a story in the Philadelphia Daily News.

 

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