The Washington Post

I filmed, edited, and produced these video assignments while interning as a videojournalist at The Washington Post.

Feature: Pickleball

Pickleball is a tennis-like sport that's gaining popularity among seniors across the nation because it's easier on their joints. That, and players call it the most addicting sport ever. Virginia pickleball champions Marian Lapp and Toui Pomsouvan and fellow player Jim Joyner explain why.

Originally published in The Washington Post on June 28, 2011.

Feature: Smokey's on H Street

As the rest of H Street Northeast changes, Smokey's Barbershop, one of the few businesses to survive the 1968 riots, stays much the same.

The video ran alongside the frontpage Metro story.

Feature: July 4th Crowd

The annual fireworks on the National Mall drew people from all over the United States and across the globe.

Originally published in The Washington Post on Tuesday, July 5, 2011.