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Female Gamers Invade PAX East

As a part of a 3-part series on the business and culture of games for WBUR’s Radio Boston, I produced this story on women at the 2011 PAX East convention. Men still outnumber women at PAX, even though studies indicate that there are nearly equal numbers of male and female gamers. Is gamer culture evolving to embrace women, or is it still a boys’ club? Produced for WBUR’s Radio Boston, March 14, 2011

After the Flood: The Story of Flagstaff Village

Flagstaff, Maine was a pretty normal small town in the 1940’s – but by 1952, it was entirely under water. Flagstaff was flooded to create a reservoir that serves hydroelectric dams downstream.  Kenny and Duluth Wing are on a mission to keep the story of Flagstaff alive – before the Flagstaff generation disappears.  Produced at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, December 2010.

Aired on WMPG Producer’s Showcase 2.22.2011

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In the Mudflats

Coastal Studies for Girls is a hands-on marine science and leadership program for sophomores in high school. But for 15-year-old Laura, it’s more than that. Laura’s mother is an illegal immigrant and her family lives paycheck to paycheck. Over the last few months, Laura has explored nature, feminism and her own sense of self. In Freeport – everything has changed. Produced at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, December 2010

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