Anchored in Faith

Ko Panyee is a true island village, built on stilts above the bay in southern Thailand. The humble community seems happy in its poor fishing heritage and Islamic faith but is also buoyed by a steady lunch crowd of tourists from nearby Phuket. Photographer, videographer, editor, writer. Original page with all content. Featured in Endeavors,…

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Moving to Higher Ground

Villagers from the small coastal Alaskan town of Newtok have endured extreme weather leading to massive erosion. Though not at fault, this group of some 350 Yup’ik Eskimos is among the planet’s first casualties of climate change. They are forced by rising sea levels and melting permafrost to relocate, but uncertainties in funding this unprecedented…

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One Way In, One Way Out

The people of Crusoe Island, the once-isolated rural area between the Waccamaw River and the Green Swamp in Columbus County, N.C., have gained notoriety as much for being suspicious and quick-tempered as for skills in hunting, fishing, wood crafts and pickin’-n-singin’. Videographer, editor.

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Andaman Rising

When the Asian tsunami hit southern Thailand in 2004, the sea that had sustained the region for generations—the Andaman—rose up, destroying families and killing thousands. Three-and-a-half years later, a team of journalists set out for the seaside province of Phang-nga to document the lives and culture of people living by the Andaman. They found a…

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South of Here

South of Here is a documentary multimedia project produced by students from the University of North Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the Facultad de Comunicación at the Universidad de los Andes in Santiago, Chile. It explores the history, people and communities of Tierra del Fuego in Argentina and Chile, the surrounding waterways…

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