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Chuqui: The Life & Death of a Mining Town

In the middle of the driest desert in the world lies the small town of Chuquicamata, Chile, also known as “Chuqui.” A mine of the same name that gave birth to the town almost 100 years ago has now become the cause of its imminent demise. As the doors…

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White City Stories

High in the hills of southern Peru, in a region ringed by volcanos and deep canyons is the city of Arequipa, the country’s second largest city. In fall 2006, journalism students from the University of North Carolina and Universidad Católica de Santa Maria worked together to tell stories about…

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Atacama Stories

Worked as a videographer and audio coach with a group of UNC and Chilean students for this multimedia documentary project that explores the driest place in the world, Atacama, Chile.

Team Awards:  
Second Place, Multimedia, Small Market, Pictures of the Year International, 2007
Second Place, Multimedia, Independent, Best of Photojournalism Competition, 2007
Bronze Medal, Malofiej…

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Washington Post Videos

Contracted by the Washington Post to create multiple video stories about the Washington D.C. area including North Arlington, Georgetown and Silver Spring as well as produce a car repair video series and internal marketing videos.

North Arlington – http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/video/2006/09/28/VI2006092800665.html

Georgetown – http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/video/2006/09/28/VI2006092800671.html

Silver Spring – http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/video/2006/09/28/VI2006092800677.html

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Chasing Crusoe

Three hundred years ago Alexander Selkirk opted to be marooned on an island rather than endure his English captain. His four-year long adventure inspired the classic novel Robinson Crusoe. In Spring of 2006,  a group of students from UNC-Chapel Hill returned to the island, four hundred miles off the…

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Lucasfilm Websites

Worked for Lucasfilm producing high traffic websites such as Starwars.com, Indianajones.com, lucasfilm.com and starwarskids.com.

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