This short documentary, published in The New York Times Op-Docs in 2012, follows a 15-year-old from Stamford, N.Y., as he hunts his first deer with his father.
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What's ending up in your favorite shellfish? One word: Plastic.
An original report that revealed fraudulent business practices by Seattle e-waste recyclers.
A short documentary about a teenager's first hunting trip in the Catskills with his father and older brother.
A short documentary about one New York neighborhood's struggle to rebuild a year after the storm.
Declining honey bee populations may have a new ally in their fight against colony collapse. Original reporting for the EarthFix network and distributed via NPR and PBS.
This is life at a post-war nuclear weapons factory.
How Seattle's historic social dance venue is pivoting during a pandemic.
A short video distributed on social media to complement ProPublica's investigation in Illinois.
I produced the concept and pilot episodes for Crosscut's first digital video series.
I produced the pilot episode for this PBS Digital Studios-backed series.
Don't understand carbon taxes? Let chickens help.
It took 51 years for a daughter to take the helm at New York's S. Posner Sons.
Numbers affect New Yorkers at every stage of life, from a newborn in Brooklyn to a 102-year-old in the Bronx.
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Canada's oil pipeline to the Salish Sea: Here's what you need to know.
An explainer produced with hand-drawn illustrations in collaboration with the Portland Leadership Foundation.
The hidden history of Florida's algae crisis.
A brief explainer on what rising seas mean for prospective Miami homebuyers.
The story of a "somewhat famous" elevator.
Learn how you can support trails in your neighborhood
Forget the Great Wheel. You're overlooking the brown scum.
Billy Frank Jr. helped win Washington tribes' their right to half the state's harvestable fish.
The story of a New York City subway dancer (and the first video I ever made).
Why do Seattle's crows flock by the thousands to this Seattle suburb? We have answers.
The Pacific Northwest once held a magnetic pull on fur trappers. Scientists are still trying to undo that history.
An interview series hosted by Crain's senior real estate reporter Daniel Geiger.
As part of Crain's annual Stats And The City, we looked at how wages changed in the past year.
As part of Crain's annual 40 Under 40, we asked nominees to share an object from their past (2013).
How one video store is surviving an eviction (2014).
You only need to know six letters to navigate downtown.
The story behind Porland's most-famous moniker.
Preserving a lost art along the Coney Island Boardwalk.
The first episode in our series on the people redefining Miami's neighborhoods, produced in collaboration with Buro.
How Seattle's Sub Pop Records pranked on The New York Times.
Lindsay Murphy brings science to kids on YouTube.
Today as many as 20 million animals die each year from ingesting lead shot.