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.
Digital Promise multimedia case studies:
The New Librarian: Leaders in the Digital Age
Changing a Rural Community’s Expectations Through 24/7 Learning
Investing in Students’ Future from Day One
Innovation Starts in the Classroom
Bridging the Digital Divide for Low-Income Students
As workforce ages, industries struggle to prepare for wave of retirements
The Washington Post, September 2, 2011
I co-authored this article and co-produced the accompanying video on the skills gap forming within American companies as long-time employees retire. The Washington Post published this piece on the front page of its Sunday business section.
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.
José Gregorio Has Left the Bar; Its Owners Want Him Back
The New York Times, Feb. 16/Feb. 20, 2010
A fun story on the hunt for the thief of a missing statue at a popular hipster bar. My first article published in the New York Times print edition.
Archive of my New York Times work.
Twitter, Facebook Embolden Harlem Youth Crews While Aiding Peacemaking Pastor
The Uptowner, Oct. 13, 2010
This story is about how youth gangs in Harlem are increasingly using social media to organize and instigate, and a community pastor using the same techniques to intervene and reform.