Documentaries and Feature Videos - Emily Maxwell | Photojournalist

Emily Maxwell has produced several mini-documentaries and feature videos for digital and broadcast platforms as a photojournalist. She has received several Emmy nominations for her work and in 2017 won in the environmental category for "Toxic Coal Ash Plagues Communities." These are some of her projects.

A Break from The Streets

Every week Brandon Welch drives a bus through Price Hill, a neighborhood where drug and prostitution rates are on the rise. Full story here:

Tiny Life Lost: Infant Mortality in Cincinnati

This is a short documentary about the rising rates of infant mortality in Cincinnati. In this piece a a Cincinnati mother shares her heartbreaking story about the loss of her daughter. This piece was also featured on the national outlet Newsy. Full story here:

End of life care for pets

A video about how a pet hospice program is helping to keep pets at home during their final days. Full story here:

Harapan: 10,000 miles with a rhino on a cargo plane

With less than 100 Sumatran rhinos left on the planet, the Cincinnati Zoo wanted to bring the last Sumatran in captivity to a sanctuary where the animal can help save his species. Emily Maxwell traveled with the rhino on a cargo plane for 10,000 miles. Full story here:

Mastiff Gets New Leg on Life

A community of people came together to help a 150-pound English Mastiff born with only three legs, to help prolong his life. Full story here:

Toxic Coal Ash Plagues Communities

This is an Emmy-winning mini doc on the effects of coal ash. Full story here:

Public Housing Problems in Cincinnati

A year long investigation into Cincinnati's public housing crisis. Full story here:

Life 5 Years After Lightning Strike

Ethan Kadish was 12-years-old when he was struck by lightning at a Jewish summer camp. Now five years later, we take a look at how his life has changed. Full story here:

SkateAble vs Non Art Show

SkateAble vs Non was an art show held at the People's Liberty Globe location in Camp Washington. Full story here:

The story behind Internet sensation Lil Bub

Lil Bub, the Internet's favorite cat, visited a local cat cafe to raise awareness about shelter pets in the country. Full story here:

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