Christine is adept at finding, scanning, managing, and delivering high-quality photographs for print, web, and broadcast. This includes current and archival photography. Since interning in WashingtonPost.com's Multimedia department, Christine has sourced images from Getty, the Library of Congress, the Library of Virginia, the Edgar Allan Poe Museum, the Valentine Museum, VCU Special Collections & Archives, and other institutions.
In the book, Images of America: Richmond Cemeteries, which she co-authored with Misty Thomas, Christine tracked down and provided hundreds of relevant archival photographs, illustrations, maps, and other images. (Get a sneak peek of the images here or buy the book starting September 2014.) Christine is now using many of those images, as well as plenty of others, in her documentary, Richmond's Dead and Buried, due out Fall 2014. Christine's last documentary was The Persistence of Poe, which also relied heavily on the use of archival images.
Christine taught the seminar "Documenting Memories with Words and Images" at WriterHouse in June 2014. The seminar delved into the specifics of accessing archival images and properly scanning and presenting family photos, among other topics.
Christine also has experience with folkloric research, including transcribing oral histories.
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