PARTIAL LIST OF PUBLISHED WORKS
Rick Dove of Dove Imaging works as a photojournalist for the Waterkeeper Alliance (www.waterkeeper.org). Samples of his work can be viewed at their website.
Since 1996, Rick's photographs have appeared in the following books/magazines:
Eating Animals Documentary, Producers/Directors, Christopher Quinn and Natalie Portman, video contribution
Guardian News, England, May 24, 2018, Filming, hog lagoon cesspools from the sky. It's wrong to stink up your neighbor's property,
Farm Scanctuary filming for documentary, Meet Your Neighbor
2016 Publications. Aerial photographs of the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew taken by Rick Dove over eastern North Carolina have appeared in multiple newspapers and TV media sources during October 2016. Examples include the Washington Post, Mother Jones, Serria Magazine, New Your Times and multiple media sources in China and other countries.
2015 Publications. During 2015, Dove Imaging photographs taken of the Duke Energy coal ash spills on the Dan River and Cape Fear River appeared in major newspapers across the country. These photographs can be easily accessed on line by a Google search "Rick Dove, Duke Energy coal ash spills, North Carolina."
Current Science Pol.95*Issue 12 (February 26, 2010)
Animal Factory, David Kirby, St Martin Press (internet promotions and website) (March 2010)
The Cafe Reader, David Mid-off, The Watershed Media (May 2010)
Locust Fork News Journal. December 31, 2009
National Journal September 26, 2009--Washington DC
Carolina Public Health Solutions Pol 1, No.3 Fall 2009
Public Television, Poisoned Waters, Front line (Fronting is a registered trademark of wgbh educational foundation) (April 2009) (Photos included in documentary video)
Environmental Oceanography, Daniel C. Abel and Robert L. McConnell, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, January 2009
Union of Concerned Scientists April 2008 (Cafes Uncovered)
Carolina Public Health , School of Public Health Magazine, The University of North Carolina, Fall 2007 Issue
Rolling Stone Magazine (December 2006)
Carolina Public Health, School of Public Health Magazine, The University of North Carolina, December 2006 Issue
Environmanetal Science and Technology Magazine December 2006
Other Recent Publications
National GEO (German Geographic)
Wall Street News (Kids Edition)
Wildlife in North Carolina
The Amicus Journal
Environmental Health Perspective
Photographs have also appeared in books published by:
Additional book publications include:
Massive Change (Bruce Mau and the Institute without Boundaries--Phaidon Press Limited 2004), Introduction to Environmental Geology (Pearson Education 2002), The Eye of the Storm (Coastal Carolina Press, 2000), and The Price We Pay for Corporate Hogs, (Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policies, 2000)
National Newspapers that have publishing Rick's photographs include:
The New York Times
The Washington Post
The Baltimore Sun
The Raleigh News and Observer
The Charlotte Observer.
Many local papers throughout Eastern North Carolina have also published Rick's photographs.
Rick's video work and/or pictures have appeared in broadcasts of all major US television broadcasting companies, as well as foreign networks including:
German Public Broadcasting (August 2009)
CBS (latest December 16, 2007)
National Public Television
The Canadian Broadcasting Company
The Australian Broadcasting Network
The British Broadcasting Corporation.
Many local TV Stations throughout North Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland have also aired his videos.