I'm the editor of Camp Pendleton Patch and often use video to tell news stories.
Bio from Patch:
Before coming to Patch, I covered Fort Drum, N.Y. and the Army's 10th Mountain Division for the Watertown Daily Times, where I wrote a series on how the unit and the community changed after a decade of war. In 2010, I graduated from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where I was a Pulitzer-Moore fellow while interning at Lens, the photojournalism blog of The New York Times.
My interest in military reporting comes from my own time in the Army. In 2000, I joined as a cavalry scout and deployed as a gunner to both Kosovo and Iraq. I studied German and Arabic at Arizona State University and spent summers in Germany and Egypt.
I'm a native of Nogales, Arizona y hablo Español.