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Joshua
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Josh Davis is a journalist and documentary videomaker. His work includes the award-winning interactive documentary Planet Money Makes A T-Shirt, which he produced and directed for NPR. With MediaStorm, he produced videos for the Webby Award-winning documentary series International Center of Photography: Infinity Awards. He also served as the managing editor of the Emmy-nominated interactive documentary, 100 Gallons, as a Roy H. Park Master’s Fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Josh serves as adjunct faculty at New York University and coaches at the Carolina Photojournalism Workshop. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, practicing Spanish and playing around on his Twitter account.


His portfolio can be viewed at joshdavis.org.


Josh was a summer intern at MediaStorm in 2014. Here is what he had to say about that experience:


MediaStorm hires incredibly talented people, and I learned from all of them when I worked there. Specifically, I benefitted from getting experience with workflow and storytelling techniques from the producers and editors I worked alongside. MediaStorm has strong ties within the journalism community, and that network connected me directly to future jobs at prominent news organizations.


After MediaStorm, Brian Storm recommended I consider doing video at NPR. It turned out to be a very good idea. At NPR, I produced and directed the Emmy Award-winning project, Planet Money Makes A T-Shirt. After NPR, I continued to produce digital and broadcast documentary projects. This included a CNN/MediaStorm broadcast documentary, working as a video journalist on digital projects for The New York Times, and broadcast producer for National Geographic. For the last two years, I worked at VICE News Tonight on HBO, where I produced the viral documentary, Charlottesville: Race and Terror, which won a Peabody and four Emmys. This fall, I'll join the journalism faculty as an Assistant Professor at San Francisco State University.

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