Alex Driehaus is a photojournalist for the Valley News in West Lebanon, New Hampshire. Previously, Driehaus worked at the Naples Daily News in Naples, Florida, where she covered community stories, including migrant students facing education challenges during the pandemic and python hunters in the Everglades. Before moving to the Sunshine State, she interned at The Virginian-Pilot, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and The Patriot-News. Driehaus enjoys working in situations where she is able to spend time getting to know the people she photographs and exploring their lives and relationships visually. Driehaus grew up in Cincinnati, and is a graduate of Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication. Her photography earned her a spot at The Eddie Adams Workshop in 2019.
Beat: General-assignment photography
This reporter uses the environment and climate as lenses to report on all facets of Upper Valley life, from agriculture (e.g. changing growing seasons) to the economy (ski resorts), health, education and more. The photojournalist tells stories from communities in the Upper Valley.