Bob Sacha is an award-winning multimedia producer who also wears the hats of photographer, documentary film maker, editor and teacher.
He was a staff producer at MediaStorm.org from 2007-2009, where his multimedia work won awards from the Online News Association, Editor & Publisher, the New York Photo Festival, the White House News Photographers Association and The Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards and was nominated for three National News Emmy's for his web work. Times of Crisis, a project he produced and edited in collaboration with Reuters, won the Documentary Project of the Year in the 67th Picture of the Year International competition.
Before his multimedia career, Bob was a world-traveling, award-winning magazine photojournalist who worked as a contributing photographer at National Geographic Magazine, Life Magazine, Fortune Magazine and on assignment for magazines around the world.
Besides producing his own projects, he currently teaches video at The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and video storytelling for the web at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in New York City. He also teaches workshops at the International Center of Photography in NYC and also various summer workshops around the world.
Bob was born in Buffalo, NY and graduated Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude, from Syracuse University with a dual degree in psychology and photojournalism. After graduation he worked for the Pulitzer Prize-winning Philadelphia Inquirer before moving to ABC Television News in NY. See his work at bobsacha.com