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Dai Sugano is an Emmy Award winning photojournalist and senior multimedia editor at the San Jose Mercury News. He co-created MercuryNewsPhoto.com whose interactive story telling has been judged among the world's best two years in a row in the Pictures of the Year International contest. Sugano covers wide range of assignments which have included: Poverty in India, Hmong refugees' immigration to the United States; the California Recall; Japanese Internment camp survivors and number of stories in politics.
In 2008, "Uprooted," which looks at displacement of a group of mobile home residents in Sunnyvale, won a national Emmy Award in New Approaches to News and Documentary Programming: Documentaries. His other work have been nominated for an Emmy Award and a Pulitzer Prize in photography; and have received awards from EPpy, Best of the West, NPPA and other international and national photojournalism organizations. Every year Sugano travels nationally for speaking engagements and workshops for journalism organizations.