Through alien eyes. Winner: 2018 Edward R. Murrow Awards Feature Reporting
Through alien eyes. Winner: 2018 Edward R. Murrow Awards Feature Reporting
Inside our quest to talk to dolphins
Inside our quest to talk to dolphins
Bitcoin, blockchains, and the future of money
Bitcoin, blockchains, and the future of money
Uncovering a buried movie sphinx in California
Uncovering a buried movie sphinx in California
David Goodsell's paintings reveal the incredible beauty of the living cell
David Goodsell's paintings reveal the incredible beauty of the living cell
Making the largest single stained glass window in the world
Making the largest single stained glass window in the world
Robolights: The backyard robot Disneyland
Robolights: The backyard robot Disneyland
Meet Hollywood's rattlesnake wrangler
Meet Hollywood's rattlesnake wrangler
Tracking mountain lions in Los Angeles with video
Tracking mountain lions in Los Angeles with video
Drone Racing Dreams | The New York Times
Drone Racing Dreams | The New York Times
Turning Oil Rigs Into Reefs | The New York Times
Turning Oil Rigs Into Reefs | The New York Times
Digitizing Natural History | The New York Times
Digitizing Natural History | The New York Times
The Last Word: Hugh Hefner
The Last Word: Hugh Hefner
The Pegida Anti-Immigration Movement Splits Germany | The New York Times
The Pegida Anti-Immigration Movement Splits Germany | The New York Times
Germany's Offshore Wind Push | The New York Times
Germany's Offshore Wind Push | The New York Times
In Bavaria, Krampus Catches the Naughty | The New York Times
In Bavaria, Krampus Catches the Naughty | The New York Times
The Animals of Chernobyl | The New York Times
The Animals of Chernobyl | The New York Times
Returning to Chernobyl
Returning to Chernobyl
A Dying Young Woman's Hope in Cryonics and a Future | The New York Times
A Dying Young Woman's Hope in Cryonics and a Future | The New York Times
Migrants Flood Greek Island of Lesbos | The New York Times
Migrants Flood Greek Island of Lesbos | The New York Times
Meet Poland's 'Rathole Miners' | The New York Times
Meet Poland's 'Rathole Miners' | The New York Times
Greece's Brain Drain Crisis | The New York Times
Greece's Brain Drain Crisis | The New York Times
Go Inside Ukraine's 'Museum of Corruption' | The New York Times
Go Inside Ukraine's 'Museum of Corruption' | The New York Times
Ukrainian Refugees, Lost and in Limbo | The New York Times
Ukrainian Refugees, Lost and in Limbo | The New York Times
Paddling Blind: Adventurer Seeks to Kayak the Colorado River
Paddling Blind: Adventurer Seeks to Kayak the Colorado River
Aboard One of the Biggest Container Ships in the World | The New York Times
Aboard One of the Biggest Container Ships in the World | The New York Times
Destroying Bombs From World War I | The New York Times
Destroying Bombs From World War I | The New York Times
The Bomb Collector of Ypres | The New York Times
The Bomb Collector of Ypres | The New York Times
Saving Sri Lanka's blue whales: The New York Times
Saving Sri Lanka's blue whales: The New York Times
Keeping Fires Burning in Eastern Ukraine | The New York Times
Keeping Fires Burning in Eastern Ukraine | The New York Times
Germany's Refugee Crisis | The New York Times
Germany's Refugee Crisis | The New York Times
Through alien eyes. Winner: 2018 Edward R. Murrow Awards Feature ReportingWinner: 2018 Edward R. Murrow Awards Feature ReportingOctopus, cuttlefish and other cephalopods are masters of camouflage, and they may be the closest thing on Earth to alien intelligence.
Inside our quest to talk to dolphinsScientists are trying to talk to dolphins. It’s a decades-long quest to decode an alien culture, and it could open the door to communicating with thousands of species.
Bitcoin, blockchains, and the future of moneyBitcoin and blockchains: The future of money explained with ancient stones on the tiny Pacific island of Yap.
Uncovering a buried movie sphinx in CaliforniaArchaeologists uncover a sphinx from a nearly century old movie set built by legendary director Cecil B. DeMille on the Central Coast of California. The sphinx was one of over twenty that once adorned one of the largest movie sets ever built.
David Goodsell's paintings reveal the incredible beauty of the living cell
Making the largest single stained glass window in the world
Robolights: The backyard robot DisneylandArtist Kenny Irwin converted his two-acre yard into a fantasyland of colossal robots and other creatures, all made of junk. It's called Robolights.
Meet Hollywood's rattlesnake wranglerA day out in LA with the rattlesnake wrangler to the rich and famous. 
Tracking mountain lions in Los Angeles with videoRobert Martinez works the night shift at a grocery store, but during the day he can be found in the mountains above hs home plantin cameras to film the city's elusive mountain lions. 
Drone Racing Dreams | The New York TimesThis was one of the first major stories about the rapidly-growing sport of drone racing. I produced this in Los Angeles, which some have called the mecca of the emerging sport. 
Turning Oil Rigs Into Reefs | The New York TimesA controversial program led by two young scientists seeks to turn some of California's off-shore oil rigs into artificial reefs. 
Digitizing Natural History | The New York TimesAt the Museum of Natural History in Berlin, a team of scientists is digitizing the museum's insect collection in incredible detail, making high definition images of specimens available to the public. 
The Last Word: Hugh HefnerA never-before seen interview with Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. Part of the New York Times' Last Word video obituary series, these videos are done with the individuals' knowledge that they will not run until the person dies. .
The Pegida Anti-Immigration Movement Splits Germany | The New York TimesThe rise of the right-wing, anti-immigrant party Pegida convulsed German society and brought to the surface many deeper conflict that German society has with its past and immigration into the country.
Germany's Offshore Wind Push | The New York TimesThe small German island of Heligoland, a popular tourist destination, is undergoing dramatic change as the wind industry takes over. Germany leads the world in the production of renewable energy as a percentage of overall energy production. 
In Bavaria, Krampus Catches the Naughty | The New York TimesA fun story I did about the Krampus tradition in Bavaria. 
The Animals of Chernobyl | The New York Times
Returning to Chernobyl
A Dying Young Woman's Hope in Cryonics and a Future | The New York Times
Migrants Flood Greek Island of Lesbos | The New York TimesI was one of the first reporters to cover the migrant crisis when it came to the Greek island of Lesbos. 
Meet Poland's 'Rathole Miners' | The New York Times
Greece's Brain Drain Crisis | The New York Times
Go Inside Ukraine's 'Museum of Corruption' | The New York Times
Ukrainian Refugees, Lost and in Limbo | The New York Times
Paddling Blind: Adventurer Seeks to Kayak the Colorado River
Aboard One of the Biggest Container Ships in the World | The New York Times
Destroying Bombs From World War I | The New York Times
The Bomb Collector of Ypres | The New York Times
Saving Sri Lanka's blue whales: The New York Times
Keeping Fires Burning in Eastern Ukraine | The New York Times
Germany's Refugee Crisis | The New York Times
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