Elizabeth has a broad range of experience with audio-visual storytelling that includes blogging, photography, slideshows, podcasts, videos and more. She has been interviewed live on radio stations around the world, including BBC Ulster in Ireland, CBC and CTV in Canada, and CBS New York covering major terrorist attacks in Kenya and wildfires in Fort McMurray, Alta.
For two years, she was a panelist Roundhouse Radio 98.3 FM’s Indie News Hour with Marty Strong, a one-hour program dedicated to debate on what the mainstream media missed in the week’s news.
SKILLS: Adobe Photoshop, Soundslides, WordPress, SLR photography, Final Cut, iMovie, Adobe Audacity, audio editing
ONLINE MULTIMEDIA FEATURES
- Inside Saskatchewan’s failure to catch a silent killer – National Observer, December 2017
- Behind Bars: Canada’s fur-farmed mink and fox – National Observer, November 2015
- Inside the oil spill that followed Trudeau to China – National Observer, August 2017
- From conflict to collaboration in the Great Bear Rainforest – National Observer, February 2016
- Investigation reveals canine fur used in Canadian brand’s products – National Observer, November 2015
- Honduran women are leading a rights revolution. How many lives will it cost them? – National Observer, March 2018
- After Al-Shebaab attack, Kenya needs anti-terrorism policyAfter Al-Shebaab attack, Kenya needs anti-terrorism policy – CBC’s The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti, April 2015
- The Indie News Hour with Marty Strong – Roundhouse Radio 98.3FM (select ‘Indie News Hour’ under the program menu and scroll for a segment featuring Elizabeth)
Washingtone, Godwin and Chrispine work in ‘slum promotion,’ an all-encompassing term, they say, for portfolio as tour guides and fixers in Kibera, Nairobi’s most notorious slum. They often come under fire for bringing foreigners into the ghetto, but believe their intentions are misunderstood by members of their community.
- Life in the spotlight: confessions of a Kenyan child-star – 96.3 NationFM, Kenya
Sia Were is the bubbly young host of The Krazy Kool Show in Nairobi. I caught up with her at her place in Kileleshwa, where she spills the beans on work-life balance and what it’s like to be an actress.
OTHER MULTIMEDIA WORK
- Lalibela: A pilgrimage to the New Jerusalem – Elizabeth Around the World, January 2016