Personal Videos


For roughly 35 years, Herb Crawford owned the Lonaconing Silk Mill in Western Maryland. It is the last intact silk mill in the United States. The mill has been subject to vandalism over the years, and the roof is in dire need of replacement. It is a unique part of American history that should be saved. Sadly, Herb passed away in 2018, and this vital building is in danger of being lost.

After spending 6 weeks covering Hurricane Sandy, I was fortunate to meet a surviving family that was staying in my hotel. We became friends, and for the next seven months, I covered their journey to return to their home a few miles away. This is their story. Merit Award winner, Best Shorts Competition, December 2013.

A short documentary about a young girl with Achromatopsia, a rare genetic defect that renders her completely color blind. Best Shorts Competition Merit Award winner, October 2012.


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    I just spent the morning looking at your photographs of abandoned schools. I could not shake the feeling that I had once been in many of these empty spaces as a child, remembering them as they once were, freshly painted, thinking about all the hopeful children who have passed through. And time, always time. Wonderful and unexpected images. Thank you.

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