Sun-Sentinel Summer Internship: The Halfway Point

 

I had the opportunity to cover a wide range of topics during the first five weeks of my internship at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. I captured images for breaking news, general news, travel, food and culture, business, sports, press conferences and feature art. In addition, I contributed video footage for online use and edited a few videos myself.

 

General News:

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-black-lives-matter-downtown-video-20160709-premiumvideo.html

Breaking News:

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-murder-suspect-manhunt-underway-video-20160715-premiumvideo.html

Food and Culture:

http://www.southflorida.com/restaurants-and-bars/sfl-mike-mayo-celebrates-ramadan-video-20160706-premiumvideo.html

Press Conference:

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/fl-witness-appreciation-miramar-hit-run-20160621-story.html

Business

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/business/consumer/fl-fort-lauderdale-angelo-elia-the-bakery-bar-20160713-video-premiumvideo.html

 

 

The Barbershop Diaries: Jason “Jerk” Lim

This past spring I embarked on a group project with my classmates and my professor Michael Cheers where we followed the lives of ten Bay Area barbers who were all linked by their profession and by place of work. Although these barbers share a work place, their stories could not be more unique. This photo essay features Jason Lim, a third generation Chinese American barber who uses barbering as an escape from his past and a source of income for his family.