My name is Will Clark, and I'm a senior at St. Mark's School of Texas. Over the past four years, I've dedicated myself to learning the art of journalism from every aspect, spending countless hours writing, designing, editing, filming or taking pictures. Without even noticing it, I'll wander over to our publication's suite, instinctively drawn to the place where we make the stories come together.
Everywhere I go, from the urban jungle of New York City to the harbor of Dana Point, California, I see the world through a journalist's eye, always looking, thinking or framing the next possible story. I've explored my city, Dallas, and my school community, from the gritty and authentic arts scene in Deep Ellum to soaring heights above the city in a helicopter.
Through interacting with the people I've met and places my stories have taken me, I've come to respect the importance of the work journalists do. These past four years have allowed me to hone my skills and develop my craft, so I can tell the whole story.