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Kathryn C.

Washington, DC, USA1 review

$450 - $700 / Day

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Top Services

  • TV News Producer

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  • Reporter / Journalist

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  • Video Editor - Documentary

Equipment

Video

  • 4K video camera

Audio

  • External recorder
  • Wireless lavalier mic

Miscellaneous

  • Lighting kit
  • Stabilizer

About Kathryn

I am an award-winning documentary video producer with six years of digital filmmaking experience. I am a skilled producer, cinematographer and editor, capable of juggling multiple projects at once. I have designed content for diverse platforms, including YouTube, video-based interactives, digital magazines, Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook. During my time as a video producer at National Geographic, my assignments took me across the globe, profiling stories about the human condition, science and conservation in concise and impactful ways.

Top Projects

  • Penguin Producing Payment

    • Reporter / Journalist
    • TV News Producer
    Storyhunter Studios

    Produced for Storyhunter Studios on Storyhunter

    November 2017

  • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC and PULITZER CENTER ON CRISIS REPORTING-- This Widow’s Relatives Stole Everything. Now She’s Fighting Back.

    • Documentary DP
    • Production Company
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    In Uganda, widowed women can suffer a multitude of injustices: They can be forced out of their homes, robbed of everything they own, made to marry a brother-in-law, physically attacked or harmed—even their children can be taken away from them. This is the story of Betty Nanozi, one widow who is fighting to bring justice to her family.

  • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC -- This Italian Village Was Dying...Until The Refugees Came

    • Documentary DP
    • Production Company
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    Centuries-old Italian villages were becoming ghost towns. Refugees were fleeing conflict and seeking new homes. The needs of each have come together in Camini, a 12th-century town whose population has dwindled to about 280 people—a quarter of what it once was. In hope of breathing new life into deserted neighborhoods, Camini has welcomed more than 80 refugees and immigrants from around the world.

  • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC -- Here, Cutting Down Millions of Trees Is Actually A Good Thing

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Documentary DP
    • Field Producer
    • Video Editor - News
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    In the far north of Scotland, an unusual conservation project is underway: the systematic removal of millions of trees. While tearing down forests is generally a bad thing, at the RSPB Forsinard Flows Nature Reserve it is essential to restoring one of the most important ecosystems on the planet. In this one area of Scotland, the peatlands store an estimated 400 million tons of CO2.

  • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC - Hear Kids' Honest Opinions on Being a Boy or Girl Around the World

    • Creative Director
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    National Geographic traveled around the world to talk with 9-year-olds and ask what it's like to be growing up in 2016, and how gender affects their lives.

All Services

Pre-Production

  • Creative Director
  • Production Company

Production Support

  • 360 Documentary Video
  • 360 News Video
  • Field Producer
  • TV News Producer
  • Documentary DP
  • Mobile Journalist / Livestreamer
  • News Shooter / Video Journalist
  • Reporter / Journalist

Post-Production

  • Video Editor - Commercial
  • Video Editor - Documentary
  • Video Editor - News

Kathryn's Clients

  • National Geographic Partners LLC
  • Storyhunter Studios

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