KDMC Alumnus Patrick Doyle wins the Knight-Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism.
KDMC Alumnus Patrick Doyle wins the Knight-Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism. Doyle's story “Dry Times” explores Denver’s water challenges with its interested prose and alluring graphic design while making compelling observations of the city’s current water woes. Doyle's vivid depiction and analysis of the distinctive geographic, political, and historically rooted issues of the region certainly warrant such a prestigious award. Check out the story at 5280 Magazine.
As the executive editor of Boston, Patrick Doyle edits the magazine's long-form narratives and oversees the digital department; he also writes on politics and urbanism. Previously, he worked for seven years at5280, Denver's city and regional magazine, finishing his tenure there as the senior/digital editor. Doyle's freelance writing has appeared in Men's Journal, Skiing, Mountain, American Cowboy, and Philadelphia. He received his B.A. in psychology from Villanova University, and studied as a fellow at the Knight Digital Media Center's 2011 Web 2.0 program at the University of California, Berkeley.