Maddie About Science, NPR

I co-produced a short NPR series, Maddie About Science, that explores the people and processes of science with a sense of humor. The show, hosted by Ph.D. scientist Maddie Sofia, takes viewers behind the scenes with scientists revealing their motivations and sharing their research—from insect mimics to space probes headed for the sun. The series primarily features women and people of color in order to represent the diversity of the scientific community.

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Role: Producer, Videographer

Role: Producer, Videographer, Editor

Role: Producer, Videographer, Editor

Role: Producer, Videographer

Role: Producer, Videographer

 

NPR: News, Music, & Features

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Role: Producer, Videographer, Editor

Role: Producer, Editor

Role: Producer, Videographer, Editor

Role: Producer, Videographer, Editor

Role: Videographer

Role: Videographer

Role: Producer

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National Geographic

For Xaviar Peterson, eating lunch at the school cafeteria, at a friend's house, or in a restaurant, can be extremely dangerous. There's a long list of foods-from peanuts, to shellfish, to sesame-that could quickly send him into life-threatening anaphylactic reaction. He's one of up to 15 million Americans who suffer from food allergies.

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Every summer the young horses of Iceland roam the northern mountains freely. Many farmers believe this is what creates their strong personalities and sturdiness. In the autumn, farmers, neighbors, and family members follow the tradition of göngur, herding the horses home. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure.
The 2010 eruption of Eyjafjallajökull drew the world's attention to Iceland by disrupting air traffic for nearly a month. Today people from around the world are on waiting lists for tours to the country, ready to buy plane tickets the moment another eruption begins.

Anaquash: A Community’s Relationship to its River in Washington, D.C.

Shad Run

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Corcoran College of Art + Design