An explainer about the history of the Doomsday Clock, its role in pop culture and its significance in political discourse. Writer/narrator, editor.
published 06.22.2017, for New York
An interview with American Beetle, the new grand champion of Kaiju Big Battel. Producer, camera, editor.
published 04.21.2017, for New York
Co-producer and camera for a documentary based on a New York cover story. Received the 2017 National Magazine Award for Video.
published 12.26.16, for New York.
Interactive documentary about a 1997 murder of a New York City schoolteacher. Responsible for principal photography, editing, postproduction and musical score. Co-produced with Shaminder Dulai, and published in partnership with Verse. Six photos in print.
published 02.11.16, for Newsweek
Short documentary on a 12-year-old guitar virtuoso and the star of School of Rock on Broadway. Reporting, writing, photography, videography, editing.
published 12.12.15, for Newsweek
Video reporting to accompany a longform feature story on New York's hidden slave-trading, and freedom-seeking, history. Nine photographs printed in the April 24, 2015 issue of Newsweek.
printed in the 04.24.15 issue of Newsweek
Spot news story on a rally in support of Trayvon Martin and his family, during the first wave of press coverage surrounding the shooting of the Florida teen, prior to the arrest of George Zimmerman. Video and writing credits.
published 03.22.12, for TIME
Video reporting on the conclusion of a man's New Year's resolution to eat 2,011 chicken wings by the end of 2011. Camera/Editing credits. Video re-broadcast during a segment on the Canadian Broadcasting Channel.
published 12.30.11, for TIME
Feature story on South Africa's endangered Wild Dogs, funded by the Eric Lund Global Reporting Grant. Winner, SPJ Mark of Excellence Award for Online Feature Reporting. Photo, video, and writing credits.
published 12.18.10, for GlobalPost
Contributed shooting and editing, and composed the score of a 20-minute documentary on Chicago's foreclosure crisis. Primary camera operator on "Bus Tour" sequence. Produced as part of a Medill class with faculty direction by Hoop Dreams director Steve James. Screened at the Chicago United Film Festival on Sept. 18, 2009.
premeired 06.08.09, at the Medill School of Journalism