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Alice Herden

Freelance Nature and Sports Photographer

Alice Mary Herden, the owner of Green-Fly Media, is a professional freelance sport and nature photographer.

From November 2015 to July 2020 Alice freelanced for Hernando Sun as a community and sports writer and photographer. July of 2019, she was nominated in two categories for the Florida Press Association Weekly Newspaper Contest and placed second for Agricultural & Environmental Reporting. She placed first in Portfolio Photography for her work published in 2018 for Hernando Sun. She was awarded the Robert J. Ellison Memorial Award for Portfolio Photography that same year. Alice was again nominated for Agricultural & Environmental Reporting in Florida Press Association Weekly Newspaper for her series of articles on the people that manage the Withlacoochee State Forest in 2019. She placed first.

She published three on-line magazines, Voices to Visions, a Dust and Shadows Magazine, which featured haunted locations and interviews with paranormal celebrities. Football Magazine the first minor league football magazine in the state of Florida based on the United Football Federation football league that featured game coverage, interviews including former NFL players and College Coaches. She also created RAW- Real Amazing Wildlife featured nature and wildlife photography.

Since 2015, Alice has been a volunteer at Chinsegut Conservation Center located in Brooksville, Florida. She helps with programs as well as organizing nature photography workshops. Alice also is a co-organizer for the yearly event ‘Chinsegut Wildlife Day’ and sponsor of the “Wild Florida’ Photography Exhibit.

Alice obtained two career diplomas, Wildlife/Forestry Conservation and Freelance Writing from Penn Foster in 2019. She completed all core modules of the Florida Master Naturalist Program through the adult education UF/IFAS Extension program to obtain her certification.

Alice is married to Donald Herden Jr and resides in Weeki Wachee, Florida, with their two dogs, Bree and Willow.