At Digital Promise, I led production of a series of multimedia case studies on innovative educational practices in school districts around the country. For each case study, I managed the production and editing of the written case study, video, and other visual assets, and developed the promotional strategy via social media, press outreach, and email distribution. I also co-produced a short documentary as part of one of the case studies.
Brave Old World is a multimedia project created by Columbia University’s cohort of the Knight-Carnegie News21 fellowship. Our team traveled the country to report a variety of stories on how the country is adapting to its rapidly aging population.
I spent one week in Palo Alto for this story on the emerging “consumer-first” model in the education technology business, as championed by the young companies in the startup accelerator Imagine K-12. This package also includes a video that I helped produce and an interactive audio feature that I helped conceive on the companies of Imagine K-12.
While living in New York City in 2011, my friend Jason Alcorn and I spent six months documenting the lives of employees at a Manhattan pizzeria, as a debate over the city’s bicycle policy erupted into daily newspaper headlines and City Council meetings. The project includes a long-form feature article, a documentary short film, interactive graphics, and other multimedia elements.