Managing Editor, Video Director
Managed the dean's blog and other digital properties for the Nicholas School of the Environment. Also wrote for DukEnvironment magazine, and launched the school's video production, crisscrossing the country to tell environmental, science and alumni stories. Some of the videos I produced were licensed for external use and aired by PBS.
- Date : 02.2008 - 09.2014
- Client : Duke University
- Status : Completed
- Location : New York City
Online Managing Editor
Was hired by the dean, a nationally recognized climate scientist, to create and oversee one of the only nationally synidicated blog (by Scientific American) written by a university dean. The blog received regular coverage by the likes of the New York Times and Washington Post. Our media partners included National Geographic, Popular Science and Conservation Magazine.
Launched the Nicholas School's video production, crisscrossing New York City and the United States to tell environmental stories. Several videos were licensed and broadcast on TV.
Conducted scores of interviews all over the country with people connected to science and the environment for Duke publications, including this one with AMD's director of corporate responsibility, Tim Mohin. Scroll down to read interview.
Among the many articles I wrote on environmental leaders is this profile of Duke grad and Robert Bonnie, the under secretary of natural resources at USDA. Scroll down to read interview.
Producer / Interviewer
Produced and conducted all video interviews with the six scientists in this promo video for the exhibit.
This story, set in one of America's largest polluted sites, is about one of the most ambitious cleanup attempts ever attempted: GE's efforts to remove PCB contamination from the Hudson River. Reported on location in Fort Edwards, New York, the site of the old GE plant that dumped millions of tons of toxic PCBs into the river.
In New Orleans, The Nature Conservancy's Cindy Brown explained how oyster reefs are vital structures for the marine ecosystem, and how the nonprofit is planting reefs in an effort to build critical infrastructure naturally.