The items from the Peabody are tightly wrapped in garbage bags and stored in a dark corner of the museum. Whenever Jackson handles them he wears latex gloves.
Hoopa Tribal Museum curator Silis-chi-tawn Jackson displays artifacts returned to the tribe by Harvard University's Peabody Museum that were preserved with dangerous chemicals.
Among the artifacts returned to the tribe was a piece of a headdress worn during the White Deerskin Dance.
Photo: Skiing on Eagle Glacier
These are photos from a slideshow that accompanied a radio piece on summertime skiing near Anchorage for the Alaska Public Radio Network. All of the women photographed are part of Alaska Pacific University's elite ski team, and many are Olympians.
Video: Sitka Wood Carver Tommy Joseph Comes to Anchorage Museum
I shot and edited this short video to accompany a radio piece for the Alaska Public Radio Network.
Sitka Wood Carver Tommy Joseph Comes to Anchorage Museum
Video: We Are A Pop-Up Restaurant
I worked as a second shooter for this 5-minute video for Indie Alaska, a PBS Digital Studios series. I also helped sort and edit b-roll.
We are a Pop-Up Restaurant
Video: Muay Thai Boxing in Richmond
I scripted, edited, and did the majority of the shooting for this three minute video. It was produced during a journalism "boot camp" at UC Berkeley, where graduate students create a series of multi-media projects over a two day period.
Master Tee's Journey
Photo: Richmond Confidential
While working as a reporter for the news website Richmond Confidential I was expected to take photographs to accompany my news stories -- which ranged from breaking news coverage to features. Here are a handful of photos I took.
Oakland resident Norman Gee teaches at the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts. If a BART strike lasts more than a few days, he will have to take AC transit to and from work.
Walnut Creek resident Sue Garrigues takes BART into Richmond every day for work. She said her commute will cost twice as much if to BART employees go on strike.
Home Front Festival
Nicolas Bowes prepares to hit a home run at the Home Front Festival.
A booth where people could handle reptiles and spiders was popular amongst both children and adults at the
Photo: Zombie Foreclosure
These are select photos that accompanied an article for Richmond Confidential on zombie foreclosures. Meaning that the bank, upon foreclosing on the homeowner, never took ownership of the home. The practice allows banks to avoid liability, and has increased blight, in Richmond.