Anne Brice

Anne Brice is a multimedia journalist living in Berkeley, California. As a reporter, she strives to listen to all voices, loud and quiet, and to allow each one to be heard. Through written, audio and visual storytelling, she hopes to bring alive people's unique experiences, and in doing so, illuminate larger national and international issues.

Education:

UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
August 2010 - May 2012
Projected graduation: May 2012.
University of Oregon
September 2003 - June 2007
Major: Magazine journalism.

Published Stories:

Sierra Nevada Meadows
Sierra Nevada Conservancy
Anne Brice, class of 2012, produces a video about meadow restoration in the Sierra Nevada Region.
Sierra Nevada Ranchland
Sierra Nevada Conservancy
Anne Brice, class of 2012, produces a video about ranching in the Sierra Nevada Region.
Impact of Fire in the Sierra Nevada
Sierra Nevada Conservancy
Anne Brice, class of 2012, produces a video about the importance of decreasing catastrophic fires in the Sierra Nevada Region.
Korea Boy
The Washington Post
Anne Brice, class of 2012, produces a video for The Washington Post about a busy 11-year-old boy living in Seoul, South Korea.
The Guide
The Washington Post
Anne Brice, class of 2012, produces a video for The Washington Post about a spunky female Buddhist monk living in Oakland, California.
Torrentes told police flirting was mutual
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about an ongoing preliminary hearing for the sexual assault of a Richmond High student.
Police testimony brings new details
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about an ongoing preliminary hearing for the sexual assault of a Richmond High student.
Detective names Montano, questions release of an eighth suspect
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about an ongoing preliminary hearing for the sexual assault of a Richmond High student.
Defense focuses on inconsistencies in Morales interview
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about an ongoing preliminary hearing for the sexual assault of a Richmond High student.
Detective reveals victim's first words, ties evidence to defendants
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about an ongoing preliminary hearing for the sexual assault of a Richmond High student.
Donuts around the clock
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice and Mark Oltmanns, class of 2012, produce a video for Richmond Confidential about Andy's Donuts, a longtime establishment in Richmond, California.
Eagles soar over Highlanders, look ahead
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about the season finale for Richmond high school football team, John F. Kennedy Eagles.
Lifting the spirit with song
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about the power of song.
Health care on wheels
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about Contra Costa County medical mobile clinics delivering health care to the homeless.
Oilers' raw determination wins Richmond Cup
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about the game of two rivals that determined the year's best local football team.
Jim Rogers vies for a third term
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about Jim Rogers, a Richmond City councilman running for reelection in 2010.
The human cost of pollution (audio)
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, creates an audio piece for Richmond Confidential about the health effects in the Bay Area's "Toxic Triangle."
Students learn about Prop. 13
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about a forum at Contra Costa College that explores landmark Prop. 13's effect on education.
More than 250 West County workers lose jobs
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about the local impact of the loss of a federally subsidized jobs program.
City Council overshadowed by attack on mayor
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about the discourse in a City Council meeting that followed a press conference called by Mayor Gayle McLaughlin to defend her ability to lead the city. Also published in The Bay Citizen: http://www.baycitizen.org/richmond-mayoral-race/story/attack-richmond-mayor-dominates-meeting/
Federal subsidy for jobs has run out
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about Congress adjourning without funding a jobs program that paid $5 million in wages countywide.
Stifling pertussis
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about Contra Costa County citizens getting vaccinated at the immunization clinic at the Richmond Health Center.
Breaking the taboo of 'snitching'
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Richmond Confidential about a forum at Contra Costa College that explores the fear of reporting a violent crime.
Life through a lens (audio slideshow)
Richmond Confidential
Anne Brice, class of 2012, creates an audio slideshow for Richmond Confidential about a photography class for teens and explores what it means to them.
Field Notes: Finding the healing practice that's right for you
Portland Monthly magazine
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Portland Monthly magazine about treatment methods in alternative medicine.
5 minutes with Debbie Stoller
Portland Monthly magazine
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Portland Monthly magazine a Q & A with Debbie Stoller, the New York-based editor of Bust magazine and author of Stitch 'N Bitch, one of four guides to knitting and crocheting.
Sign of the Times
Portland Monthly magazine
Anne Brice, class of 2012, writes in Portland Monthly magazine about a new, easy-to-read font used on highway signs.

Awards:

Robert Whittington Award for Exceptional Reporting (April 2011)
Anne Brice, along with Mark Oltmanns, produced a video about a doughnut shop in Richmond, California called "Donuts Around the Clock."
Randy Shilts Memorial Award for Exceptional Reporting (April 2011)
Anne Brice, along with a group of reporters, provided live, online coverage of the 2011 elections in city of Richmond, California for the hyperlocal news website, Richmond Confidential.
National Pacemaker Award for excellence in American student journalism (June 2007)
Anne Brice was an associate editor of the 2007 edition of University of Oregon publication, Flux, which received a 2007 Pacemaker award.

Work Experience:

Graduate Student Instructor
University of California, Berkeley  - Berkeley CA  ( January 2012 - May 2012 )
Managed discussion sections for Visual Communication in the Media Studies department at University of California, Berkeley. Responsibilities included leading discussions, introducing new material, grading assignments, holding office hours, assisting in writing and studying technique.
William Stall Intern
Sierra Nevada Conservancy  - Auburn CA  ( June 2011 - August 2011 )
Produced a multimedia package about organizations working to conserve and protect the Sierra Nevada Region.
International video reporter & producer
Digital TV & the World  - San Francisco CA  ( January 2011 - June 2011 )
Shot, edited, and produced short videos about South Korean culture, published on the Washington Post website.
Reporter
Richmond Confidential  - Berkeley CA  ( September 2010 - December 2010 )
Produced articles, radio pieces, and videos for Richmond Confidential, a hyperlocal news site dedicated to covering Richmond issues, from health and environment to government and politics.
Associate Producer
PBS NewsHour  - Portland OR  ( September 2008 - July 2009 )
Conducted extensive research, identified and engaged key individuals and organizations, as well as conducted pre-interviews, created a roster of experts and itineraries, and directed news shoots.
Freelance Writer
Eugene, Cascades & Coast  - Portland OR  ( September 2008 - January 2010 )
Wrote articles as an annual contributor to a regional travel magazine, Eugene, Cascades & Coast.
Freelance Research Editor
SagaCity Media  - Portland OR  ( January 2008 - September 2009 )
Fact checked for more than a dozen regional magazines.
Editorial Intern
Portland Monthly magazine  - Portland OR  ( September 2007 - January 2008 )
Fact checked for the magazine staff, and contributed articles on a range of subjects, from alternative medicine to Portland's preeminent artists.
Associate Editor
Flux magazine  - Eugene OR  ( March 2007 - June 2007 )
Managed assigned articles, edited and copyedited, coordinated photo shoots, and supervised design work. The 2007 edition of Flux received a National Pacemaker Award for excellence in American Student Journalism.
Reporter and Co-host
KLCC Public Radio  - Eugene OR  ( June 2006 - December 2006 )
Produced, edited, and reported local and regional news stories. She also co-hosted an award-winning, regional newsmagazine, The Northwest Passage, which offered newscasts, feature reports, arts and book reviews, interviews, commentary, and analysis of local and regional issues.

Skills:

  • Proficient in French

  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook

  • Photos: Adobe Photoshop

  • Audio editing: Pro Tools, Adobe Audition, Garage Band, Audacity, Cool Edit

  • Video editing: Final Cut Pro

  • Interactive: Adobe Flash

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