Live United 2017
Hoosiers: The Story of Indiana
I was a segment producer and writer for this four-part documentary produced by WFYI-PBS to celebrate Indiana's bicentennial. You can view the entire program on WFYI's website.
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.
Crispus Attucks High School Museum Virtual Tour
Working with WFYI and Ted Green Productions, I created this virtual tour of the Crispus Attucks High School Museum. A one-of-a-kind museum dedicated to the legacy of Indianapolis' former all-black high school. This video is a companion piece for Ted Green's documentary on Crispus Attucks High School, and is used as part of curriculum and lesson plan based on the documentary.
You Are There: 1863 Letter Home From Gettysburg
Scammed: Financial Fraud Revealed
I served as editor on this documentary produced by Sandy Roob.
La Casa Azul
Local playwright and artist Gregory Hancock produced and directed an original musical based on the life of artist Frida Kahlo.
This mini-documentary serves as introduction, intermission and close to the production which aired on WFYI. Part one looks at who Frida was, along with how Mr. Hancock came up with the idea for the show. The intermission segment explores how the music was created, while the final piece talks about what's next for La Casa Azul.
While I did not edit the performance itself, I did edit these three pieces, along with the promo.