I am a fourth-generation Washingtonian (or as I say, Warshingtonian) and video journalist for the Wall Street Journal.
I shoot, produce and edit video stories while also coordinating political coverage in the Washington bureau. I cover politics — but my stories have taken me 4,800 feet into a coal mine, to breweries, on aircraft carriers and even into the Congolese jungle. But honestly I’m mostly in Iowa.
I have an undergraduate degree in photojournalism from the Corcoran College of Art and a Masters degree from the University of Maryland in multi-platform journalism. I have also taught as an adjunct professor at both schools.
I was previously a senior video producer at POLITICO. While in school, I interned at the Washington Post as a video journalist, Capital News Service as a political reporter, United Press International as a still photographer and ABC News as a field producer.
At the Journal I’m also on the virtual reality team — regularly producing 360 videos with our Google JUMP camera. I’m fluent in Adobe Premiere, After Effects and Photoshop and shoot on C100s and HDSLRs.
When I’m not shooting or rendering I can be found homebrewing, cycling or cheering on my Nationals in the cheap seats.