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Tim Hanson

Writing & Photography

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Tim Hanson is a former newspaper reporter, wire service correspondent, news bureau chief, and magazine editor. His articles and photography have appeared in Reader's Digest, The Los Angeles Times, The South China Morning Post, Grit, Pacific Stars & Stripes, Off-Duty, The Bangkok Post, South Carolina Wildlife, and South Carolina Living. He has taught journalism at the university level for more than 20 years.

Portfolio
South Carolina Living
08/01/2018
Home of History

Discover one of Charleston's finest museums

South Carolina Living
Last of the Wild Places

Exploring the untamed islands of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge

South Carolina Living Magazine
03/01/2018
24 Hours of LeMons Race

Forget NASCAR and Formula One. Instead, check out the craziest road race in the world: 24 Hours of LeMons!

South Carolina Living
Stalking Big Red

Join South Carolina fishing guide Steve Thomas as he battles a 10-pound Red drum on a homemade fly.

South Carolina Living
On the Hunt for Gators

Spend time with guide Brad Taylor as he leads a client on an all-night hunt for an American alligator.

South Carolina Wildlife
First Light

Game wardens, wildlife biologists, state archaeologists - all are up before dawn and hard at work for South Carolina's Department of Natural Resources.

South Carolina Wildlife
Taking Stock

The Walhalla State Fish Hatchery, built by FDR's Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression, now helps drive a major segment of the state's booming outdoor tourism market.

South Carolina Wildlife
Disappearing Diamondbacks

Wildlife Biologist Peter King works the South Carolina coast in an attempt to save this endangered little turtle.

South Carolina Living
Life Among the Trees

Congaree National Park is one of South Carolina's natural wonders.

South Carolina Living
Listening to Nature

A quiet kayak ride through Sparkleberry Swamp offers time for reflection on - and appreciation of - our natural world.

South Carolina Living
07/01/2014
Young Guns

Rocky Creek Clay Dusters In Action

South Carolina Living
The Bird Man

Retired firefighter Mitch Brantley has become an expert in the ancient art of falconry.

South Carolina Wildlife
Flying High

A multi-million-dollar facility north of Charleston works every day to rehabilitate raptors that have been hit by cars, shot by hunters or injured by other animals.

South Carolina Living
Not Just Another Roadside Attraction / Some Like It Hot

A profile South of the Border - the tacky, world famous tourist trap on the North Carolina/South Carolina border. A companion piece takes a look at the wonderfully spicy soft drink Blenheim Ginger Ale.

South Carolina Wildlife
Location, Location, Location

Rainbow trout in South Carolina? Yes, indeed! Join fly fisherman Chase Dixon as he tests his angling skills along the East Fork of the Chattooga River.

South Carolina Living
Chasing White Lightning

Retired ATF agent Dennis Vess has written a book about his rough-and-tumble days tracking down moonshiners in the American Southeast.

South Carolina Living
Entertainment Under the Stars

At one time, nearly 5,000 drive-in movie theaters dotted the American landscape. Today, only a few hundred of them survive - three of which can be found in South Carolina.

South Carolina Living
Ross Beard

Ross Beard has spent his entire life collecting guns from around the world. Today, his collection is on display in Camden, South Carolina.

South Carolina Living
Fast and Famous

A museum at Darlington Raceway features cars and exhibits that highlight the history of this legendary racetrack.

South Carolina Living
Preparing for the Worst

Natural disasters can strike without warning, but with a little planning, you can be ready for anything. (Image courtesy of vorakorn at FreeDigitalPhotos.net)

South Carolina Living
11/01/2016
The Clock is Ticking

Solving the mysteries of South Carolina's Escape Rooms

South Carolina Living Magazine
02/01/2018
The Fast and the Furry

It's called Flyball and it one of the fastest growing American sports for dogs and their owners.

South Carolina Living Magazine
01/01/2018
Holy Replicas, Batman!

Learn how dermatologist Dr. Phillip Latham came into possession of two functional Batmobiles.