In 2016 I curated a grant-funded digital exhibition for the centennial of The Pulitzer Prizes. For this project, I recorded over 8 hours of oral histories with 20 interviewees. I was responsible for 85% of the project budget, and for every aspect of the grant deliverables including photo, video, and web design. Below are some of the media I created for the digital exhibition and the social media campaign.

Logo by Mprint Designs | Music by The Voices of Truth Community Choir | Animation by Jason Lee Guthrie

Video Packages

“The May 1968 Edition of Ebony Magazine” | Narrated by Akili-Casundria Ramsess

“Alice Walker’s Quilt” | Narrated by Valerie Boyd

“Mike Luckovich: Behind the Scenes” | Narrated by Mike Luckovich

Social Media Campaign

“Look Forward, O Georgia!” | Narrated by Jason Lee Guthrie

“A Church, A School” | Narrated by Leonard Ray Teel

“The Consummate Southern Journalist” | Narrated by Leonard Ray Teel

“Hunter and Holmes” | Narrated by LaShonda Eaddy

“Part of it Could Happen Anywhere” | Narrated by Roy Peter Clark

“Alice Walker’s Journals” | Narrated by Valerie Boyd

“Spiritual Commitment” | Narrated by Cynthia Tucker

Oral History Clips

“The Civil Rights Movement” | From an interview with Hank Klibanoff

“The Frontal Attack Stinkbomb Method” | From an interview with Greg Lisby

“McGill Wins European Fellowship” | From an interview with Leonard Ray Teel

“From Savannah” | From an interview with Rachel McPherson

“Savannah in the late 1970s” | From an interview with Albert Scardino

“The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act” | From an interview with Bill Dedman

“An Incredible Honor” | From an interview with Cynthia Tucker

“Not Ancient History” | From an interview with Roy Peter Clark

Photography
The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta, GA

The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta, GA

The home where Martin Luther King Jr. was born in Atlanta, GA

The home where Martin Luther King Jr. was born in Atlanta, GA

The final resting place of Martin Luther king Jr. and his wife, Coretta, in Atlanta, GA

The final resting place of Martin Luther king Jr. and his wife, Coretta, in Atlanta, GA

Margaret Mitchell’s Typewriter at The Margaret Mitchell House in Atlanta, GA

Margaret Mitchell’s Typewriter at The Margaret Mitchell House in Atlanta, GA

The Margaret Mitchell House in Atlanta, GA

The Margaret Mitchell House in Atlanta, GA

Offices of The Telegraph in Macon, GA

Offices of The Telegraph in Macon, GA

Project Swag
Bookmark and Postcard for tangible assets at publicity events

Bookmark and Postcard for tangible assets at publicity events

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