Melinda Cross is a papermaker who graduated from the Museum School of Fine Arts and Tufts dual program. She is currently the director for Boston Paper Collective, a group of … Continue reading
I profiled a three year old boy for this video. This is a glimpse into his daily routine in the morning.
LIFE was a photojournalism supplement to TIME magazine from the 1930s to 2000. Before that it was an independent entertainment magazine. Under TIME’s management, LIFE was the first and most … Continue reading
Frontline documentary Opium Brides: Najibullah Quraishi reports from Afghanistan on the far reaching effects of the Afghan government’s eradication program and drug smugglers. Frontline does a wonderful job of braiding multiple … Continue reading
Claire Giangravé, a graduate journalism student at Boston University, speaks about the skills and specialties required of online journalists today.