[bloom_section_title title_text=”Healing Baltimore’s Harbor: A Pipe Dream?” subtitle_text=””][/bloom_section_title]

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is a source of pride for city residents, but every year millions of gallons of sewage seep into waterways that drain to the harbor, along with tons of trash from storm-water runoff. This dangerous pollution is a threat to anyone who comes in contact with the water. Is the Inner Harbor salvageable? The short answer is yes – but it is going to take a lot of work.

This project was produced as part of the Center for Environmental Filmmaking productions. I participated as a segment producer.


  • Project date : December, 2017
  • Equipment : Sony FS7, Sony FS5, Sony A7s II
  • Software : Premiere Pro, DaVinci Color Correction, After Effects
  • Directed and Produced by: COMM-568 American University’s Center for Environmental Filmmaking.

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