Meet Darnley Hodge - Change Agent #0084 of our #SCN1000ChangeAgents Series.
Darnley R. Hodge Jr., is an award winning photojournalist and video editor with more than twenty years of broadcast and production experience. He holds an M.A. in Producing for Film and Video from American University, and a B.S. in Mass Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University. His production work has been featured on every national broadcast television network and many national cable stations.
Darnley has served as director of photography, director, or producer on hundreds of projects including news gathering, documentary films, reality television, commercials, music videos, travel shows, and corporate video projects. He is an expert AVID, Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro editor, has Capitol Hill press credentials, and works as a photographer and editor for NBC, MSNBC, CNBC, FOX, and COX national networks. He has also worked at network affiliates in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles as well as behind the scenes on international productions in Egypt, Cote D'Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Brazil, El Salvador, The United Kingdom, Anguilla, and St. Martin.
Darnley has been a repeat guest lecturer for media production programs at George Washington University, Howard University, The University of Maryland, American University, and Prince George's Community College. He is highly conversant in Spanish and speaks a little Portuguese too. He currently resides in Oxon Hill, Maryland with his wife and two children.
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