Bryan Gibel is a reporter and producer in his second year at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
He began working in journalism as a bilingual newspaper reporter in New Mexico, while moonlighting as a reporter/producer at a public radio station.
Since coming to Berkeley, he has become deeply involved in investigative reporting and visual storytelling, spending nearly all his time tracking down documents and interviews or looking at the world through the lens of a photo or video camera.
He speaks three languages fluently and has reported and published in English, Spanish and Portuguese. He worked as a foreign correspondent in Brazil in the summer of 2010, and he will travel to South Africa and Burkina Faso in December to produce a multimedia documentary on biotechnology in Africa in collaboration with a radio producer from Senegal.
Bryan was awarded a Mark Felt Scholarship for Investigative Reporting in 2010. He holds a B.A. in international studies with honors from the University of Chicago.