I am a multimedia producer.
Storytelling is important to me. I love the idea of mixing my three favorite fields (journalism, international affairs, and the web) to tell compelling and engaging stories through interactive multimedia. My career as a multimedia producer has taken me from the hot lava flows of Mt. Kilauea, Hawaii to the streets of Havana, Cuba. I’ve also had the chance to work on a number of awesome interactives with my current job at the Council on Foreign Relations. I graduated from Stony Brook University with a journalism and political science degree, but before that, I studied computer science. I speak English, Spanish, and some Arabic.
Interested in working on a project or idea with me?
Or maybe you/your business needs a website? Check out my work below to see a sampling of what I can do.
If you want to reach me, shoot me an email: klizarazo at gmail dot com.
I know how to use Nikon and Canon DSLRs for photos and videos, Panasonic broadcast cameras, camera switchers and controllers for studio shots, how to set up scenes and interview subjects for sound and light, how to report, research and interview, how to produce videos and podcasts from start to finish, how to make interactive elements using a variety of open-source storytelling tools (like Timeline.JS or StoryMap.JS), how to use a CMS, and how to make websites for journalism projects, personal portfolios or small businesses.