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projects where I was the primary editor.

Silo City: a short 360 video story

When I was a kid, our neighbor worked at General Mills, downtown, near the Buffalo River, where giant structures stood in their own city. He’d sometimes bring home a grab bag of goodies for us, things like Lucky Charms, Captain … Read More

10 Nov '13

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Audubon Science & the Christmas Bird Count

One of my true loves is to be outside anywhere in the world listening to the sounds of birds. We call it “bird happy hour” when they gather in trees near my house before sunset and chirp incessantly.

So it … Read More

Once Lost, Now Found:Toyota & Audubon

Ken Elkins, a competitive birder and an Audubon Toyota Togethergreen fellow, created “Bird Tales” to help patients with Alzheimers and Dementia find lost memories by having them recall the sights and sounds of the birds of their childhood.

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Road Trip | Yahoo! News : Small Business, Colfax Avenue

Chris Suellentrop, our editor at Yahoo!News, thought small business would be a good subject for an installment of the Road Trip series, talking with groups of voters about the issues true to their heart. But I had no idea how … Read More

Road Trip | Yahoo!News : Ohio Republicans

I was walking off the US Air flight to a snowy Cleveland, Ohio when I spied Miki Meek, my collaborator, parked on a seat near the gate, cellphone plugged into the wall. “I’ve got one,” she said “and we … Read More

12 Jun '11

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Scenes from recent work

Excerpts from five recent projects where I directed and also did the cinematography. I’d love it if you watch the full films

The full versions of these stories were edited by Linda Hattendorf (Namibia), Chad Stevens (New Orleans), Scott … Read More

2013 workshops

“Bob Sacha taught me to think about storytelling in a completely different, and much more effective, way than I ever had before.” … Chris Linder, photographer, scientist and multimedia producer

“Bob Sacha changed the way I work. … Read More

What Does Justice Mean to You?

Dwayne Betts tells his story very well and what a story he’s lived.

This is my favorite story from the five videos I produced for the Open Society Foundation,U.S. Programs, Criminal Justice Fellows.

Formerly incarcerated, Betts is an author, poet … Read More

digital dreamscape: lucid photography

This is an interactive portfolio, click on the arrows to cycle through the images (and my dreams).

Every Sunday I’m left as an internet widow by my partner, who writes the wildly popular website Gastropoda. So while she was … Read More

Far Away Lands

This is short film I made with a point-and-shoot pocket-sized digital camera.

It was the opening piece for a lecture on travel photography at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester, NY. The series was … Read More