Aileen Perilla


United States of America

Aileen Perilla is an aspiring photojournalist at the University of Central Florida (UCF) in pursuit of a bachelor's degree in journalism - digital news track with a minor in digital media. Her expected graduation date is December 2017. Currently, she covers UCF and local news by photographing and writing for various local news outlets. Her future goal is to shine a light on various major events and issues that occur both locally and worldwide through her photography.


Hard News

Published Clips


Photo Gallery: UCF vs. TCU in NIT Semifinal

After an impressive season, UCF men's basketball fell short against Texas Christian University in the NIT Semifinals, losing 68-53. The Knights headed to New York City to play against TCU in Madison Square Garden, guided by Head Coach Johnny Dawkins.
Photos: Protest march of President-elect Trump in Orlando

Thousands of demonstrators holding handmade signs filled the streets of downtown Orlando on Friday night. They joined several other cities across the country in protest against the election of Donald J. Trump as President of the United States. Gallery originally published Nov. 13, 2016.

Photo Gallery: UCF vs. Temple Homecoming Football Game

UCF Knights suffer a crushing homecoming loss after facing the Temple University Owls on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016. After leading for 58 minutes, the Knights fell to the Owls 25-26 in the final 40 seconds, sealing the Knights fate.

UCF's Go Baby Go! helps 10 children with disabilities move

Ten children with limited mobility can now zoom past their family and friends in motorized cars as part of UCF's Go Baby Go! program. In partnership with Orlando Health, UCF Physical Therapy Professor Jennifer Tucker and other volunteers came together on Friday, Sept.

Thousands march for Black Lives Matter demonstration in Orlando

Thousands of protesters chanted "No justice. No peace," and "Hands up, don't shoot," as they marched from Lake Eola to the Orlando Police Department headquarters on Colonial Drive in Downtown Orlando on Sunday, June 10, 2016. The protest march for the Black Lives Matter movement came only days after a gunman killed five police officers at a rally in Dallas, Texas.

UCF One Pulse Vigil: Photo Gallery

Hundreds of students gathered in the Student Union at the University of Central Florida's main campus on Tuesday, June 14 to honor those who lost their lives at Pulse Nightclub shooting on Sunday. The event put on by the university with support from Social Justice and Advocacy at UCF, featured multiple speakers and a performance by David Oliver Willis.