A page one story on the International New York Times with videos on India’s holy city on the Ganges: revered, fouled and symbol for Narendra Modi.
Chemical Weapons in Iraq
Produced and led audience development strategy on award-winning investigation and follow-up stories on the secret casualties of abandoned chemical weapons in Iraq by the veteran Times reporter C.J. Chivers.
Modi at Madison Square
Reported on Narendra Modi’s first visit to the U.S. since the State Department revoked his visa in 2005 over his alleged role in deadly religious riots in Gujarat three years earlier. Responses to call-out for Indian diaspora incorporated into reporting and featured alongside article.
DuPont award-winning project on violence against women in India featuring Walter Astrada’s photos and produced at MediaStorm.
Towers of Secrecy
Produced and executed social media strategy for multilingual investigative series on secret foreign wealth buying up New York real estate. The influx of global cash is fueling the city’s high-end real estate boom.
Turkey’s Election Sends Message to Erdogan
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, once seen as a role model for the Middle East, has spent more than a decade silencing political dissent and amassing power.
Obama’s Evolution on ISIS
The president acknowledged that almost a year and a half after the United States began confronting the Islamic State, “the details are not worked out.”
Death of Nelson Mandela
Newsroom-awarded coverage including a mini-website housing photography, video, graphics, social, reader engagement and interactivity across platforms.
Rebuilding After an Earthquake
Explainer piece with expert tips on how a country like Nepal can rebuild using low-cost materials.
Nepal Quake Relief
Wrote about initiatives led by Nepalis to assist their countrymen as they rebuild after the earthquake, using open-source mapping, crowdfunding and crowdsourcing.
Mexico Chases World Record: Biggest Selfie
The country that brought us the most “Thriller” dancers and biggest smooch fest is now attempting to collect another trophy: the world’s biggest selfie.
Anna Hazare’s Next Movement
The anticorruption campaigner who rattled India’s political establishment two years ago, is hoping for a comeback. Can he reinvigorate the public, or has his time come and gone?
Investigation into the cycle of psychological trauma in gangs and its effect on a community. Profile of a gang leader in Harlem and a family’s despair that continues to cripple them.
Young Voices of Europe’s Crisis
Asked young people in Europe to share their stories about how the crisis has affected them. Readers sent stories of hardship, but also about creative adaptation and in some cases unexpected opportunity.
Arab Cartoonist in Motion
Khalid Albaih’s cartoons have inspired discontented youth across the Arab world. Watch how he does them.
For the past six years, photographer Kosuke Okahara has been documenting the grave issue of self-injury among young Japanese women, perpetuated by a “culture of shame.”