a passion for storytelling equalled only by a passion for people

I whistle while I work. It's not that I have any resemblance to the seven dwarfs–other than premature balding and corrected vision–I simply think they have a sophisticated quality: work hard and keep a good attitude. It's a decision I make and carry into every aspect of my day. Constantly humbled by my profession, I want to produce pieces that allow an audience to empathize or laugh with the face behind the headline. To communicate what that story looks like, sounds like, and feels like. By sharing their moments and learning from my subjects–it’s this unpublishable experience that fulfills me.

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Rolland Robinson, of Cottonwood, stands in his front yard where Shasta County officials want him to build a secondary access road before moving forward on a new subdivision. "It's out of the question,"  said Robinson, who has developed about 400 hundred houses near his home in Cottonwood. 
Nathan Morgan/Record Searchlight 02_NathanMorgan Rolland Robinson, of Cottonwood, stands in his front yard where Shasta County officials want him to build a secondary access road before moving forward on a new subdivision. "It's out of the question," said Robinson, who has developed about 400 hundred houses near his home in Cottonwood. Nathan Morgan/Record Searchlight
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Austin Sendek, 20, of Yreka, a UC-Davis physics student is trying to get a scientific body to use `hella' to describe the now unnamed quantity of 10 to the 27th. Leading more than 60,000 fans on Facebook, Sendek's has reached success with Google, which has already incorporated Austin Sendek's use of the Norcal slang term in its online calculator. "It all started for the sake of humor," said Sendek, who has had teach shirts made in another effort to have the prefix eventually accepted by the International System of Units. 
Nathan Morgan, For the Times / July 2, 2010 Hella Austin Sendek, 20, of Yreka, a UC-Davis physics student is trying to get a scientific body to use `hella' to describe the now unnamed quantity of 10 to the 27th. Leading more than 60,000 fans on Facebook, Sendek's has reached success with Google, which has already incorporated Austin Sendek's use of the Norcal slang term in its online calculator. "It all started for the sake of humor," said Sendek, who has had teach shirts made in another effort to have the prefix eventually accepted by the International System of Units. Nathan Morgan, For the Times / July 2, 2010
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Aspiring historical playwright, Deedee Lundberg, age 17, recently won a gold award in National Scholastiic Art and Writing competition for the play she wrote, "Strains of Fear,"  a story of survival during the Holocaust.  "A lot of my writing tales place outside," Lundberg said, who's been reading and writing since she was four. 21_NathanMorgan Slug: LundbergXX byine: nathan morgan Aspiring historical playwright, Deedee Lundberg, age 17, recently won a gold award in National Scholastiic Art and Writing competition for the play she wrote, "Strains of Fear," a story of survival during the Holocaust. "A lot of my writing tales place outside," Lundberg said, who's been reading and writing since she was four.
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Pio Loco's Chef Jeff Cerasaro
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Lala Forrest-Cawker, 15, of Shasta Lake, started playing basketball in sixth grade and is now  this year's All Record Searchlight Most Valuable Player. "(Basketball) can't get away from you once you've fallen in love with it," said Forrest-Cawker who hopes to make a career out of it. Forrest-Cawker averaged 15.7 points per game for the Falcons capping it off with 34 against Anderson.
Nathan Mogran/Record Searchlight 24_NathanMorgan Lala Forrest-Cawker, 15, of Shasta Lake, started playing basketball in sixth grade and is now this year's All Record Searchlight Most Valuable Player. "(Basketball) can't get away from you once you've fallen in love with it," said Forrest-Cawker who hopes to make a career out of it. Forrest-Cawker averaged 15.7 points per game for the Falcons capping it off with 34 against Anderson. Nathan Mogran/Record Searchlight
Short safety Roger Williams is a 6-0, 200lb sophmore at University of Kentucky.  UK took on Vanderbilt University Saturday Nov. 12, 2005 to almost 30, 000 fans.  In an failed attempt at comeback, Vanderbilt lost to Kentucky 43 to 48, rebounding from first quarter of 21 to 3.

Short safety Roger Williams is a 6-0, 200lb sophmore at Vandy. 25_NathanMorgan Short safety Roger Williams is a 6-0, 200lb sophmore at University of Kentucky. UK took on Vanderbilt University Saturday Nov. 12, 2005 to almost 30, 000 fans. In an failed attempt at comeback, Vanderbilt lost to Kentucky 43 to 48, rebounding from first quarter of 21 to 3. Short safety Roger Williams is a 6-0, 200lb sophmore at Vandy.
Shasta high school seniors Evan Taylor and Richard Stevenson use the history of their friendship and faith to make solid bond on the field. Richard says it's all worth it "just knowing someone else on the same side of the ball has that same heart and desire, (and is) making the most out of every block I make." With the anticipation of breaking records this season, "the number one goal is to put this team into the playoffs," said Evan, "I think the record just comes with doing everything right."
Nathan Morgan/Record Searchlight 26_NathanMorgan Shasta high school seniors Evan Taylor and Richard Stevenson use the history of their friendship and faith to make solid bond on the field. Richard says it's all worth it "just knowing someone else on the same side of the ball has that same heart and desire, (and is) making the most out of every block I make." With the anticipation of breaking records this season, "the number one goal is to put this team into the playoffs," said Evan, "I think the record just comes with doing everything right." Nathan Morgan/Record Searchlight
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Lydia Gigsby, 50, Branch Library Assistant of the McCloud Public Library, will be laid off at the end of the month due to budget cuts. "It's a community...it's so much more than the shelves or the books," said Gigsby, who's hopeful the budget won't pass.

The Public Library, open Mondays and Thursdays from 11-4, will close July 1st along with seven others in the county, leaving the 1,500 residents of this former lumber town without their books and librarian for good unless the recommended budget falls through. Northern California's Siskiyou County libraries face an 80 percent  budget cut for the new fiscal year, the proposed changes would potentially close the entire 11-library system by the end of the year. The Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors decide June 22 how they will manage the 3.7 million dollar deficit earmarked for them by the state of California. 
Photographs by Nathan Morgan for the Los Angeles Times Siskiyou Library Lydia Gigsby, 50, Branch Library Assistant of the McCloud Public Library, will be laid off at the end of the month due to budget cuts. "It's a community...it's so much more than the shelves or the books," said Gigsby, who's hopeful the budget won't pass. The Public Library, open Mondays and Thursdays from 11-4, will close July 1st along with seven others in the county, leaving the 1,500 residents of this former lumber town without their books and librarian for good unless the recommended budget falls through. Northern California's Siskiyou County libraries face an 80 percent budget cut for the new fiscal year, the proposed changes would potentially close the entire 11-library system by the end of the year. The Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors decide June 22 how they will manage the 3.7 million dollar deficit earmarked for them by the state of California. Photographs by Nathan Morgan for the Los Angeles Times
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