Even in my every day journalism-consumed life, travel decides to make an appearance. Part of my current convergence reporting class requires us to work in newsrooms in the weeks we are not on deadline. This week I was working at the multisource video news analysis company Newsy. As it was only my second shift, my job for the first two hours was to shadow a current employee. Continue reading
Travel is constantly a topic that sneaks its way into conversations with my friends and me. Every Instagram posted by a classmate abroad sparks a hint of jealousy and yearning to get outside the United States. Continue reading
Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia in Spain, is quickly becoming one of the most visited spots in the country. As a coastal city, it offers over two miles of beaches and features the largest port on the Mediterranean Sea. It is known mainly for its traditional culture, ancient architecture and incredible food. Continue reading
“Sometimes I make videos and take photos,” appears in Leonardo Dalessandri’s Facebook bio. In my opinion, his work is a whole lot more than that.
Dalessandri travels around the world producing videos and taking photographs of the people whom he believes best represent that geographic location. His content is extremely unique because of his use of time-lapse, spoken word, music and shot choices. Continue reading