KTVQ (Q2) is the region’s top-rated news station.
Started in 1953, it’s also the state’s second TV station, just months behind Butte’s KXLF.
In addition to four daily newscasts, ktvq.com provides a constant source for continuous news coverage.
A Documentary Film
Pioneers in the fight against global poverty are exploring an innovative method of helping the world’s poor. They offer sustainable socio-economic advancement through access to credit and other financial services that the developed world takes for granted.
Banking on Trust is a documentary that explores the personal stories of borrowers and lenders from three very different microlending institutions in Argentina.
Hyper-local news network
Patch.com is a community-specific news and information platform dedicated to providing local coverage to towns and communities.
I have taken assignments for Patch’s news websites in Malibu, Agoura Hills, Calabasas and Pacific Palisades, covering city council meetings, community events and police activity.
Student Newspaper, Pepperdine University
The Pepperdine Graphic is the award-winning student publication of Pepperdine University in Malibu California.
Founded in 1937, it is the oldest student organization on campus and holds a long tradition of keeping the campus up to date with reliable, accurate and ethical news.
Monthly Journal for the State Bar of Montana
This article for the Montana Lawyer describes my experience as a tourist in what Lonely Planet has described as “The World’s Most Bizarre Tourist Attraction.”
The San Pedro Prison in La Paz, Bolivia, seems more like a walled city than a prison, and if you’re lucky enough, you can even get a guided tour inside the walls.
This article earned the publication’s Haswell Award for 2010 — an award given to the best article each year.