Clips

More than once, it struck me — a blow to my beliefs. Truth. It altered my sense of security and made me realize the importance of reporting the news. There, in front of me, a witness, a victim, a family member bereft of a loved one, divulged some of the truest stories I’ve ever heard. It was an honor to tell their stories.

Days when I did not to report on tragedies, I spent them writing about the various other community and political issues causing a stir in the region. Now and then, an uplifting story balanced out the madness. Here is a collection of some of my favorites:

The Philadelphia Inquirer

http://articles.philly.com/2010-08-13/news/24971692_1_badlands-urban-decay-photography-class

Child photographers find good in the badlands (PDF)

http://articles.philly.com/2012-02-01/news/31013282_1_children-s-hospital-hospital-bed-hospital-room

Their music helps the medicine go down (PDF)

WHYY’s NewsWorks (newsworks.org)

Philadelphia bids a final farewell to Smokin’ Joe Frazier:

http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/local//germantown-feature/29913-philadelphia-bids-a-final-farewell-to-smokin-joe-frazier

Former church deacon held for trial on child rape charges:

http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/local//germantown-feature/33199-courtney-wilson-hearing

84-year-old park attack victim speaks out:

(video included)

http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/local//roxborough-feature/28611-84-year-old-park-attack-victim-speaks-out-

 

MOST RECENT WORK:

Keystone Multimedia Workshop

http://vimeo.com/groups/194880/videos/67773258

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