Radio/Multimedia

Elizabeth McSheffrey, Elizabeth Around the World, Great Bear Rainforest

Reporting from British Columbia’s stunning Great Bear Rainforest.

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.

She is currently 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

Great Bear Rainforest, Nanwakolas Council

Nanwakolas Council drummers open the Great Bear Rainforest celebration on Feb. 1, 2016. Photo by Elizabeth McSheffrey.

ONLINE MULTIMEDIA FEATURES

RADIO INTERVIEWS 

RADIO FEATURES

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.

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 

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