Video & Audio Storytelling
Through beat reporting, long-form multimedia projects, courses at Medill and former internships, I developed a strong interest in visual and audio storytelling: mastering broadcast and radio writing, reporting, and editing techniques; learning about video and audio composition, sequencing, and filming; pitching platform-appropriate story ideas, shooting, outlining scripts and writing copy; and producing news, feature and short-doc packages. These are some of those stories.
March 18, 2014
Chicago-area residents share their opinions about issues surrounding the new health care law: available information, the public's knowledge and contributing factors to ACA problems.
April 18, 2014
A short-doc video story about an Evanston-based flower business in the greater context of non-profit partnerships.
February 9, 2014
A quick-turn video story about the city's annual Snow Days Chicago at Navy Pier.
December 11, 2013
A look at one of Chicago's food tours that continue to draw people downtown, despite the cold.
Steffi Masur: Personal Reflection
June 4, 2014
Steffi Masur shares memories and thoughts about the Holocaust (supplemental to a print piece about her journey to the United States when her father anticipated the war).
SUSAN DANZIG: BEFORE AND AFTER ACA
FEBRUARY 12, 2014
An audio story about one woman's experiences with the new health care law, (supplemental to a print piece on the Affordable Care Act beat for Medill Reports).
DISCOVERY CHANNEL'S SHARK WEEK
JULY 29, 2011
Preview of Discover Channel's annual Shark Week, with man-on-street and vox-pop interviews, for WTOP Radio, the CBS affiliate in Washington, DC.
FREE MONEY IN THE WORKPLACE
AUGUST 7, 2011
Radio wraps, with man-on-street interviews, exploring a common workplace phenomenon.