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Best of 2016

I hate this time of year. This is the time when photographers pull together their best frames from┬álast year. The solid daily frames are tossed aside and we’re left with an internet that is overwhelmed with the best of the best. It’s an amazing thing to see. But I hate it. Photographers make connections with their pictures. Sometimes you make a killer frame. Sometimes the story behind making the image is better than the image itself.┬áThat is something a viewer […]

Beth Blunt

Covering the opioid epidemic

I’ve talked about covering hard stories. Usually, it’s breaking news like a shooting or car crash, or something like a funeral or memorial service. Over the years, you become calloused to these things. You have to in order to maintain composure and tell the story. Those things are in the moment. Coverage is reactive. But sometimes you’re covering the aftermath of something tragic. In those instances, you have time to think and relate to your story. Recently, I had to […]

Favorites from March 2014

Here are some of the frames I enjoyed from March. Better late than never. I also had the opportunity to do a few multimedia pieces in March. The first video I did was a quick hit video for a large package we did on the heroin epidemic in our community. I also did a video for St. Patrick’s Day on how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness. After the long winter, we had finally stated to see signs of […]