New England Emmy Award for 2013 video
When a troubled teenager and a respected trooper crossed paths last June in West Paris, three
.45-caliber bullets tore through the air and changed the lives of two Maine men. Each earned
his own grim distinction – Reynolds, as one of the youngest in Maine shot by police, and Wing,
now one of nine troopers to have used deadly force twice in his career. This project won a 2014
New England Emmy Award in the societal concerns category.
New video: A place called Parris Island
I’d heard about a place called Parris Island, but had never gone there until I participated in the Marine Educators Workshop. My video features Manny Baptista, a new Marine from Quincy.
New England Emmy Award for 2011 video
My 2011 video about Wally Walper’s weight loss has received an Emmy in the health/science program category from the Boston/New England Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Emmy Nomination for 2010 Project on Women and Alcohol
As a 2010 Kiplinger Fellow in Public Affairs Journalism at the John Glenn School of Public Affairs at Ohio State University, I produced a multimedia project on women, alcohol and drunk driving, published here and in the Quincy Patriot Ledger Sept. 25-28, 2010. The project received an Emmy nomination for a 2010 societal concerns program by the Boston/New England Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.