Elie Gardner started at the Post-Dispatch as the online photo editor in July 2006. Now, she works as a night picture editor and staff photographer. After graduating from the Missouri School of Journalism, Gardner attended a six week journalism seminar at the Poynter Institute, where she learned a lot about journalism and palmetto bugs.
Gardner enjoys working with pictures, whether she's shooting, editing or producing a project for the web. When she can't work with pictures, she enjoys walking her yellow lab Baley, reading, traveling, eating cupcakes and exploring new restaurants.
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2010: the year in pictures by Robert Cohen
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Photos by Robert Cohen
2010: the year in pictures by Christian Gooden
A collection of the best photos and most memorable stories of 2010.
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Photos by Christian Gooden
2010: the year in pictures by Dawn Majors
A look back at my year in photography at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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Photos by Dawn Majors
2010: the year in pictures by Stephanie Cordle
Photographs taken by St. Louis Post-Dispatch photographer in 2010.
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Photos by Stephanie Cordle
2010: the year in pictures by Johnny Andrews
A selection of photos from 2010 by St. Louis Post-Dispatch staff photographer Johnny Andrews
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Photos by Johnny Andrews
2010: the year in pictures by Emily Rasinski
A look back at some of my favorite photos from this year.
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Photos by Emily Rasinski
2010 Portfolio by Laurie Skrivan
Laurie Skrivan, a graduate from the University of Missouri School of Journalism joined the photography staff of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in 1998. Laurie documents everyday life looking for light, moment, composition, intimacy and humor. Her photojournalism has also been honored by Pictures of the Year International, Best of the Post and National Press Photographers Association. A graduate of Clayton High School, she can't seem to make it our of the central corridor and resides in Richmond Heights.
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Photos by Laurie Skrivan
Wydown Middle School students have class at Forest Park
Students at Wydown Middle School use canoes and rafts during a "hands on" lesson in the principles of fluid dynamics at Forest Park. The students are learning about buoyancy and water displacement, which will help them understand the reasons ships float. The class was lead by Scott Mandrell, an engineering teacher, and Mike Clark of Big Muddy Adventures.