Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

As the Multimedia Producer at the Pulitzer Center, I work on all things visual. I produce and edit videos, photograph education programs, and curate exhibitions. This is a collection of my work.



Video Production & Editing



Exhibition Curation


NYC Photoville 2017

This year, I curated a container exhibit including work from TIME's Finding Home. Journalists Lynsey Addario, Aryn Baker, and Francesca Trianni tell the story of three pregnant mothers and their families in the midst of the refugee crisis. In addition to the images and video, I collected household items to replicate what the inside of refugee tent could possibly look like. Photoville is a festival of photo exhibits built within shipping containers. 

I also worked with visual journalist Amy Toensing on editing and designing this outdoor exhibit of Toensing's Widowhood project for Photoville. In this project, Toensing tells the stories of widows across the world. 

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FotoWeekDC 2017

I also exhibited TIME's Finding Home during FotoWeekDC. The space was a little different from the Photoville container, so I had to rethink some of the exhibit elements. FotoWeekDC is a photo festival celebrating work across Washington, DC.


Instagram

I work with Pulitzer Center journalist grantees to edit photo stories for our Instagram. These are three of the stories I curated for the account. (From left to right) TIME's Finding Home, James Whitlow Delano's Up Against the US/Mexico Border Wall, and Nichole Sobecki's, Europe Slams Its Gates.



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