North America United States of America Indiana Indianapolis Equipment Video Full HD video camera Multiple cameras DSLR or equivalent GoPro or equivalent Drone Audio Wireless lavalier mic Shotgun mic About Joey
I film and produce videos from start to finish on topics ranging from ballot initiatives to dog mushing races.
My expertise is in adventure videography. I've hiked mountains to film splitboarders, mushed for 60 miles with a team training for the Iditarod, and spent a weekend filming packrafters. I have a masters degree in journalism from the top-ranked Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, and a bachelors degree in journalism from Boston University.
I've worked at the award winning documentary company SideXSide Studios while simultaneously completing a digital video fellowship with PBS NewsHour.
I have a passion for photography and videography, especially with environmental subjects.
Top Projects Alaska Public Media - The Alaska Air National Guard Search & Rescue Triad News Shooter / Video Journalist Video Editor - News Colorist
The Alaska Air National Guard conducts search and rescue operations across Alaska. For this video, I was invited on a training run in an AC-130J as they flew across the Alaska wilderness.
Alaska Public Media - Dead Humpback in Turnagain Arm News Shooter / Video Journalist Sound Mixer Video Editor - News Colorist
A juvenile humpback whale died in Turnagain Arm near Girdwood, Alaska. It washed ashore close to the Seward Highway. Because of the accessibility, scientists were able to dissect the whale to determine the cause of death, and members of Alaska Native communities were able to harvest the blubber. The whale is part of a string of whales that have been washing ashore in Alaska.
PBS CANVAS ARTS - Yup'ik Dance Tradition, Cama-i 2019 News Shooter / Video Journalist Sound Mixer Video Editor - News Colorist
I traveled to the KYUK station in Bethel, Alaska to help produce a video about the Yup’ik dance festival, Cama-i. For this project, I filmed the majority of the footage, set up the shots for the interviews, and edited the video.
Alaska Public Media - Cold Climate Housing Research Center News Shooter / Video Journalist Video Editor - News Colorist
The Cold Climate Housing Research Center in Fairbanks, Alaska focuses on exactly what their name suggests: how to build efficient and sustainable housing in cold climates. They have pioneered ways to build on thawing permafrost and on ways to efficiently ventilate and heat housing in -70F weather.
Alaska Public Media - Pretty Rocks Landslide Denali News Shooter / Video Journalist Field Producer Sound Mixer Video Editor - News Colorist
The Pretty Rocks Landslide is threatening to take out the Denali Highway, the only road through Denali National Park. The landslide is at an extremely difficult part of the road to fix, Polychrome Pass. Polychrome Pass is steep and incredibly windy. These employees of Denali National Park work every day to solve the problem.
All Services Production Support Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist Event Photographer Landscape Photographer Portrait Photographer Field Producer Production Assistant Commercial DP Corporate Videographer Documentary DP Drone Operator News Shooter / Video Journalist Post-Production Sound Mixer Colorist Video Editor - Commercial Video Editor - Documentary Video Editor - News