A.J. filming President Obama

Photo by Doug Mills.

A.J. is a video journalist, producer, and photographer in New York City, currently available for work wherever needed.

A.J. was previously the Senior Producer of News Video for, producing and overseeing production on a wide variety of topical explainer videos, as well as managing two employees.

Prior to New York, AJ was The New York Times’ staff video journalist based in Washington, D.C.

A.J.’s career spans from swimming with a sea turtle in the National Aquarium, to filming exclusive interviews with President Obama in the Map Room of the White House.

Prior to the Times, A.J. was a staff video journalist at The Washington Post, a Carnegie-Knight News21 Fellow, and a Syracuse University student at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.

His video work covering politics and features has been recognized multiple times by the White House News Photographers Association, the National Press Photographer’s Association, and Pictures of the Year International. His dispatches from the aftermath of a mass shooting in Arizona that wounded U.S. Representative Gabby Giffords was awarded the National Edward R. Murrow Award.

A.J’s work has also been awarded by the Capitol region Emmys, the College Photographer of the Year competition and the Society of Professional Journalists. When not behind a camera, laptop, or phone, A.J. is likely somewhere in the woods ignoring all three of those things.