PBS NewsHour: The 2012 Arizona Senate race comes down to the wire thanks, in part, due to the Latino vote. (Correspondent, producer, editor.)
The New York Times: Despite the risk of deportation, undocumented immigrants organize for political change in Arizona.
The New York Times: White House correspondent Peter Baker examines how President Obama’s State of the Union addresses tell the story of his time in office. (Producer and editor.)
The New York Times: Eric Wilson presents the highlights from the fall 2013 collections at New York Fashion Week. (Producer and editor.)
The New York Times: The outmigration of working class Chinese is hurting businesses in Manhattan’s Chinatown.
An isolated Amish community fears long prison sentences for 16 community members convicted of cutting the beards and hair of other Amish reports Erik Eckholm. (Producer and editor.)
The New York Times: Reporter Melena Ryzik looks ahead to the 2013 Oscars. (Producer and editor.)
DeLoach Films: Documentary about the dramatic success of green power in America’s reddest state. (Currently in production; writer and co-producer.)
The Texas Tribune: Mike Crowell of Claude, Texas is one of the few remaining windmillers in the country.
The Texas Tribune: iPads, science labs, football stadiums. Wind energy development is creating educational opportunities in rural West Texas school districts.
KUT Austin: An exclusive look at Austin’s Formula 1 track two months before the city’s first Gran Prix.
Texas Wurstfest: The City of New Braunfels, located 30 minutes north of San Antonio, puts on the biggest German cultural festival in the United States.