Investigative Reporter / Visual Journalist

Video

A YEARS LONG EMERGENCY

Residents of Richmond, a low-income community of color, are facing what’s called a hospital desert; gunshot wounds, delivering babies and heart attacks could become even more life threatening.

Producer, Videographer, Editor | Published on KQED News, KQED Newsroom

Full story: https://www.kqed.org/news/11679167/video-emergency-care-options-dwindle-in-the-east-bay

 

THE WOMEN OF ATLANTIS

In the city of Atlantis, South Africa, a group of local women chop away at invasive plants that have grown around an aquifer, the surrounding communities' best source of water in a time of crisis in the Western Cape. 

Producer, Videographer, Editor | Full story here: https://ibkovitz.wixsite.com/day-zero

 
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UNDOCUMENTED AND UNAFRAID

With the threat of ICE raids looming over the Bay Area, local undocumented activists celebrate an unlikely victory and prepare for what's to come.

Producer, Editor

 

UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES

California made history legalizing marijuana, but the new regulations disrupt the volunteer efforts of free medical cannabis providers — making it even harder for terminally-ill San Francisco residents to get the medicine they need.  

Producer, Editor | Published on Mission Local

 
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A SHOCK TO SAN FRANCISCO

San Francisco was the last major U.S. city with a police department unequipped with Tasers. After almost a year of debate, working groups and impassioned public hearings, all of that changed on Friday night — but not without a fight. Bo Kovitz has the story.

Producer, Videographer, Editor | Published on Mission Local

 
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