I'm a photographer, videographer, and public radio storyteller. I work at The Washington Post as a video journalist. My visual work has also appeared on the websites of NPR, MediaStorm, the AARP Bulletin Today, and others. My audio pieces have aired on NPR's All Things Considered Weekend.
I've instructed at multimedia workshops given by MediaStorm, the National Press Photographer's Association, Maine Media Workshops, and Syracuse University's school of photojournalism. I received a Master’s in Multimedia Storytelling from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
I live in Washington, DC with my wife and daughters. I like hitchhiking, eating pickled foods, talking to plants, and watching Star Trek the Next Generation.
I'm always happy to discuss possible projects—visit BradHornMultimedia.com for contact information.
**If you are an educator or you would like to share any of this work in a not-for-profit presentation, please let me know. I'm happy to consider sending you hi-res copies of these videos.