Troy Harvey is a visual journalist based in North Los Angeles County. He is a graduate of the Visual Journalism program at Brooks Institute, where he interned at the Ventura County Star and Bakersfield Californian. He is an alumni of the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop and his work has been acknowledged by sportsshooter.com, Marriott Hotels, National Press Photographers Association and Suburban Newspapers of America.
Among other projects, Troy is currently working Iron Horse, a long term exploration of Native American spirituality within the prison system, Hoka Hay: A Good Day to Die, which focuses on the healthcare issues faced by on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. While continuously working on these independent projects, Troy also works as a staff photographer for the Antelope Valley Press.