Eva Rendle

Eva Rendle

Alumni

Eva Rendle is a journalist and filmmaker covering immigration, agriculture, and the environment. With a background in magazine writing and photography, her work has appeared in National Geographic Online, Edible Seattle, California Magazine, and The Collective Quarterly. In 2015 she received a National Geographic grant to spend three months living and working on olive farms and documenting small-scale olive oil production in Spain, Greece, and Italy. She has presented her work at the National Geographic Headquarters in Washington, D.C. and the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival in Banff, Canada. She is pursuing the Documentary track at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

EDUCATION

  • University of Colorado, BA Geography and BA Environmental Studies

AWARDS & HONORS

  • Brian A. Pollack Documentary Film Scholarship

PUBLICATIONS & OTHER WORK

  • If You're Confused About Olive Oil, Just Taste It, National Geographic, http://www.nationalgeographic.com/people-and-culture/food/the-plate/2016/october/if-you-re-confused-about-olive-oil-just-taste-it/

  • Can We Learn to Grow Color?, California Magazine, https://alumni.berkeley.edu/california-magazine/summer-2017-adaptation/can-we-learn-grow-color-butterfly-wings-may-hold-answer

  • Romancing the Grain, Edible Seattle, http://edibleseattle.com/romancing-the-grain/

  • Adytum Cellars, The Collective Quarterly, http://www.collectivequarterly.com/blog/2015/12/24/adytum-cellars

MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS

  • Women in the Media

REPORTING INTERESTS

Agriculture, Environment, Immigration, International, Investigative

MEDIA PLATFORMS

Documentary, Video Journalism