Legacy: Desmond Tutu in Indianapolis

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu visited Indianapolis in September 2013 after the Christian Theological Seminary named a new center after him. I produced and edited these videos commemorating the event.

American Graduate: Community Town Hall

Judy Woodruff, host of The PBS NewsHour, joined us in the WFYI studios as several members of Indiana's community came together to discuss poverty in our schools. I produced this program along with WFYI's Community Engagement team as part of PBS' national American Graduate: Let's Make it Happen initiative. In addition to producing this program, there was also a "live tweeting" event taking part during the broadcast to gauge viewer interest.

To view the entire program, visit WFYI's American Graduate page.

Spirited Chase, 2013

This proof of performance highlights the 5th annual Spirted Chase event, which is part of WFYI's Spirt and Place Festival. 

United Way, Early Childhood Education

Part of the annual United Way simulcast on WFYI Indianapolis Public Media, this story represents the need for quality, affordable early childhood education.

We spent the day at DayStar Childcare on Indianapolis' near east side to highlight its success, thanks to the United Way's funding.

Public Policy Caffeinated

I was brought in to produce the second series of episodes of a project called Public Policy Caffeinated. This project was produced by WFYI in Indianapolis on behalf of the Indiana University Public Policy Institute. The goal of this project was to highlight public safety and policy issues in a way that is engaging and entertaining. The hour long round table discussion was free form. I then edited the multi-camera shoot down in to a number of 4-6 minute episodes. The episode to the left takes a look at crash data statistics in Indiana. To watch all of the episodes, visit the Public Policy Caffeinated YouTube page.
Indiana Robotics

Three segments on robotics produced for WYFI Indianapolis Public  Media on area robotics programs geared for students. The programs are meant to get students excited about STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.