I have had photos appear in multiple publications across the state of Arizona, as well as the Los Angeles Times.

Here are some of my favorite scenes I have taken as a photojournalist. To view more of my photos, click here.


A young venezuelan girl and her brother who was born in Peru, at Alburgue Sin Fronteras, or Hostel Without Borders, a shelter for Venezuelan refugees in Lima, Peru. (Photo by: Chloe Jones/ Cronkite Borderlands Project)
One of the parkour coaches at Scottsdale Parkour Academy lands a trick off of a wall at the WFPF USA Parkour Cup Qualifier on Nov. 11, 2018 in Scottsdale, AZ. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
Sherry Sass, president of the Friends of the Santa Cruz River, cares about the river and water supply in southeastern Arizona. Her group regularly holds cleanups to remove trash and pollution. (Photo by Chloe Jones/Cronkite News)
Beto O'Rourke speaks at his town hall meeting in downtown Phoenix on Oct. 6 2019. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
Yenife Alexandra Carmona Rieracda, 23, and her 5-year-old daughter, Yoliannys, traveled two months to get to Lima. (Photo by Chloe Jones/Cronkite Borderlands Project)
Kathy Bortoluzzi, from Canada, holds an American flag against her heart as "I'm Proud to be an American" plays during a citizenship ceremony at the Sandra Day O'Connor Court in Phoenix on Sept. 27, 2019. She said today was one of the happiest days of her life. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
Matthew Langmack (left) and Drew Duffy (right) cheer after watching ASU touchdown on Nov. 24 2018. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)
José Antonio Perdomo patiently cuts Paolo Rojas' hair. The cut and a shave took an hour. "What you learn well, you never forget," Perdomo says. (Photo/ Chloe Jones Project)
Javier Salazar, 2, is one of the Venezuelan children living in Alburgue Sin Fronters, or Hostel Without Borders, a shelter for Venezuelan refugees in Lima, Peru. (Photo by: Chloe Jones/ Cronkite Borderlands Project)
Tanya Tiet performing a soulful song at SoFar Sounds Phoenix on October 28, 2018. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)
Restless and hungry, the children give each other hugs, pull hair and wait patiently for lunch to be served in the patio of Albergue sin Fronteras, a hostel in Lima that takes in Venezuelan refugees. (Photo by: Chloe Jones/Cronkite Borderlands Project)
Phoenix Fire Department responds to a call about an intoxicated citizen at Civic Space Park in Phoenix on September 19,2018
A woman rides a mechanical taco at Tacotopia in Tempe, Ariz. on September 29, 2019. (Photo by Chloe Jones)


Samia Muraweh is an Arizona State University student. She said she does not know how she'll identify on the census, because although she is white passing, she does not identify as white, but rather as Palestinian. She would have been represented as part of the Middle Eastern/ North African — better known as MENA — category that was proposed under the Obama administration, but it shot down by the Trump administration. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
Jordan Farb, a student at Arizona State University, is Lebanese. Historically, people who are Lebanese began identifying as "white" on census forms because it was a better option than choosing African-American, due to discrimination during that time. Farb said he has a hard time deciding how he identifies, especially because his father is not white-passing. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
Russel Ciau (left) is the leader of the first parkour team in Mérida. Here they pose wearing shirts donated to them by Scottsdale Parkour and Freerunning during one of their practices at a local park on June 22, 2017. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)
Beto O'Rourke, Democratic Presidential Candidate, holds a town hall meeting at the Churchill in downtown Phoenix on Oct. 6, 2019. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
Eduardo José attributes his successful migration to Peru to social media. He found his route, housing and job through Facebook and WhatsApp groups. (Photo by: Chloe Jones/ Cronkite Borderlands Project)
Adebayo Balogun poses in his studio apartment in Tempe, Ariz. on Oct. 13, 2019. Balogun said he achieved his American dream when he became a Unite States citizen. Originally from Nigeria, he now has an apartment of his own and works as an advisor for international students at Walden University, an online school. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
Ángel Mendina came to Lima as a pollitical asylee. Him and his wife chose to migrate to Lima when they saw the worth of a sol versus a bolivar on the Instagram account @peruzolanos. (Photo by: Chloe Jones/ Cronkite Borderlands Project)
Arthur Scott poses in his home with one of his dogs in Rillito, AZ on Nov. 25, 2018. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)
Ben Lomelí is a hydrologist with the Friends of the Santa Cruz River. He just wants clean water for his community of Ambos— which means both in Spanish— Nogales, both sides of the border. (Chloe Jones/ Cronkite News)
Raheem Muhammed is the owner of Weed World Candies in New Orleans, Louisiana. On September 11, 2019 he sells and delivers edible marijuana products from his company van. He also sells his candies in a shop near Canal Street. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
Celina Ramos, from Mexico, became a citizen on Sept. 27 2019 at the Sandra Day O'Connor Court in Phoenix. She came to the United States from Mexico at the age of 10 and was the only member of her family who did not receive amnesty. Today, she said, she is proud to be an American. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
Kathy Bortoluzzi poses in her office at her home in Fountain Hills, Ariz. on October 12, 2019. She built a career representing some of the top Canadian music artists, like the Barenaked Ladies, and now works in the wellness industry distrubuting CBD products. The folders she holds on her lap contains the all legal documents that were filed when USCIS thought her marriage to her husband was fraudulent. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
Jenifer Diaz sits with her daughter Eimy on a street in Lima, Peru. They arrived here 4 months ago from Venezuela. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)


A deer stands near a residential home in the employee village at the Grand Canyon National Park on Jan. 21, 2019. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)
Children in Alburgue Sin Fronteras, or Hostel Without Borders, a shelter for Venezuelan refugees in Lima, Peru. (Photo by: Chloe Jones/ Cronkite Borderlands Project)
The "overflow" room at Revolver Records in Phoenix on Oct. 24, 2018. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)
Visitors at the Grand Canyon National Park on January 21, 2019. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
A tributary of the Tijuana River, which flows from Tijuana, Mexico to Imperial Beach, California and deposits into the Pacific Ocean. Sewage, during rainy season, is carried through this river. (Chloe Jones/ Cronkite News)
Bourbon Steet in New Orleans, Louisiana is busy during dinnertime on Sept. 13, 2019. (Photo by Chloe Jones)
The view of San Juan de Lurigancho, one of the poorest districts in Peru. Peruvians began referring to it as "Little Venezuela" because at the moment there seems to be more Venezuelans than Peruvians living there. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)
The sunrise on a chilly morning at the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona on Jan. 21, 2019. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)
A busy street in Lima, Peru. on March 6, 2019. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)
A pig swims of the coast of Pig Island, a major tourist attraction in Exuma, Bahamas.
Inside an abandoned trailer-home in Rillito, AZ on Nov. 15, 2018. (Photo/ Chloe Jones)