1. Shelley and Bill: A love story

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    On the eve of their first Valentine’s Day as a married couple, Shelley Belgard and Bill Ott tell the story of their unique romance that has spanned the decades. This piece was first published on WashingtonPost.com (http://wapo.st/W45GH1) along with an article by Washington Post staff writer Ellen McCarthy (http://wapo.st/11Fqb2F). It received the 2014 Edward R. Murrow Award for Feature Reporting in the online category http://bit.ly/1pPUvQM.

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    • Step by step with Alvin Ailey

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      Celebrated Alvin Ailey dancer Alicia Graf Mack takes us behind the scenes of her solo in "The River," one of the late choreographer's most notable works. I produced, shot and edited this video. Published on The Washington Post's Reliable Source blog: http://wapo.st/1ng22oA

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      • Washington Post_Heart Disease illustration Process

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        I did an illustration about FOCUS ON HEART for The Washington Post, HEALTH&SCIENCE section. And this is the process how I work. Enjoy!

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        • Dance of Life: The Kitchen

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          A behind-the-scenes look at the choreography in the kitchen of the famed CityZen restaurant in Washington, D.C. Chef Eric Ziebold, a protege of chef Thomas Keller of Per Se, orchestrates a symphony of movements in the kitchen that not only creates amazing food but serves it with the utmost grace.

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          • Working Toward Success

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            With bills mounting, no job, and a wife and two young children to support, Chris Cunningham needed to a career plan... and fast. Produced by Ben de la Cruz / The Washington Post

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            • As the City Sleeps

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              Under cover of darkness and blanketed by snow, a view of life on the streets following Washington's second blizzard. Music by Kevin MacLeod. Video by Ben de la Cruz / The Washington Post

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              • First and 17: The Series (trailer)

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                Start the Washington Post's 'First and 17' documentary series: http://wapo.st/149p9gJ To follow the 'First and 17: The Movie,' the documentary film based on the series (and learn how to see it): www.facebook.com/firstand17 About the seires: Da’Shawn Hand is considered the nation’s #1 football recruit and he looks the part. He’s a monstrous 6’4, 260 lb. 17-year-old defensive end from Woodbridge, Va. Hand was born to teenage parents—his father is a bricklayer and he now lives hundreds of miles from his mother, who's in Philadelphia. He's on the verge of stardom, yet he shares a bedroom with two younger brothers. For his senior year, Hand will be under a first-time head coach—himself a former college football standout at Auburn—who stresses academics and integrity above all else. His inner-circle value his education, but they will also gain much from his success on the field. There is much riding on his fortune or failure. The Washington Post has been granted exclusive access to follow Da'Shawn for a weekly series documenting his balance of football, school, family life and the strain of making a monumental decision: where to play football in college. From dozens of scholarship offers, Hand is narrowed his choice to three: Alabama, Florida, and Michigan. "First and 17" is that journey.

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                • BrotherSpeak - Dream

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                  “BrotherSpeak,” the three-part video series for The Washington Post and provides a chance to hear from the black men, in their own words about what matters most to them. For the series, we asked a range of black men to discuss three words: Fear, love and dream. Each video focuses on one word.

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                  • BrotherSpeak - Fear

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                    “BrotherSpeak,” the three-part video series for The Washington Post and provides a chance to hear from the black men, in their own words about what matters most to them. For the series, we asked a range of black men to discuss three words: Fear, love and dream. Each video focuses on one word. Producers: Garrett Hubbard, Ray Baker, and Chris Jenkins. Director of Photography: Garrett Hubbard Editor: Garrett Hubbard

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                    • In the Moment: Barack Obama's Historic Inauguration

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                      A chronicle of the historic day from early morning on the National Mall to the parade along Pennsylvania Avenue to the late night festivities across the Washington, D.C. Video by the documentary video staff of The Washington Post: Jennifer Crandall, Ben de la Cruz, Travis Fox, Alexandra Garcia, Akira Hakuta, Pierre Kattar Edited by Ben de la Cruz and Travis Fox

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