Now mapping Ireland — plotting out my fellowship, with waxing whimsy. (Creative Commons photo by Irish Typepad)
I’m new to video journalism, but not to video as a medium. I actually shot and edited a feature-length movie in Hi-8 back in 1993 in addition to a wide variety of considerably shorter projects. So, looking to learn more about how to use video as a medium for journalism, I came across a series […]
I always get a thrill when I see a UPS driver or my postal carrier heading to my door with a box for me. It’s not something that happens often — largely because I don’t order a whole bunch of stuff — and I’ve been known to keep tabs on my packages through UPS and […]
I may be jumping the gun here, but one of the things I’ve been doing since I found out two weeks ago that I’ve been selected as a Fellow for this fall’s International Reporting Project is researching technology for compact, efficient and inexpensive reporting overseas. (I’m a freelancer. I’m not on staff anywhere and so […]
Researching mobiles, looking for an all-in-one to take to Ireland. (Creative Commons photo by Nokia RSA / Nokia Connect)
Found: traveling pants! Now, I might not want to wear any other kind.
I’m Ireland-bound. Fall fellowship, religious reporting — heck, yeah!