I understand and embrace the role of a multimedia journalist in today’s media landscape, and I often produce video content to stand alone or accompany written pieces. I bring professional experience, as well as that from my broadcast journalism major at Quinnipiac University, to my career as a print journalist — which continues to evolve and include more multimedia content.
Below is a sample of video work I have produced, reported, shot, narrated and edited.
Above: My resume reel from my career at Quinnipiac University includes reporting and anchoring both sports and news. Many of these packages were also featured on my newspapers’ websites. Packages include a report on the renovation of Naugatuck High’s sports complex (1:07-3:01), a feature on Woodland High’s soccer manager who has cerebral palsy (3:15-4:44), a report on controversial sidewalk construction in Beacon Falls (4:59-7:12), a sportscast (7:13-9:59) and clips from newscasts (10:00-10:42).
Above: While the clips in my resume reel were shot with professional-quality cameras, that equipment isn’t always available. I produced this package about the atmosphere in Lake Placid, N.Y., during my coverage of the 2014 ECAC Hockey tournament. I used only my smartphone to shoot the video.