I've freelanced for the BBC for over two decades, working in locations around the world, including London, New York and even Dili, Timor Lorosa'e. The best part of the work: meeting fascinating people. Here are just a few, below (more to come--this page is in progress!)
My interview with Pete Malinowski, co-founder of the Billion Oyster Project in New York City. This photo is Pete checking on some oyster beds in the East River. It was a great day out on the water, with a great organization.
I loved spending a day with the dedicated volunteers at WJFF and meeting the people who make the water-powered radio station run. (Also, I think I recorded this on mini-disc!) It was some time ago!
What a day--the inauguration of President Obama. I loved travelling to DC with this lovely family. It was crowded, freezing cold and we were all so tired. But we never lost the excitement. Listen closely and you'll hear me get a little choked up when the ceremony began.