PHR Toolkits was developed as an online home for Physicians for Human Rights’ resources, collected into “toolkits”. These toolkits include vital advocacy information available for online viewing, printing, and downloading. I modeled much of the visual and functional design after Wikipedia and similar sites.
The online home of Physicians for Human Rights’ National Student Program was built on a WordPress platform, but is much more than a blog. The site features a robust social network, built using BuddyPress, and an event calendar. I also developed five regional “hubs”—sister sites geared toward more localized blogging and networking.
Jared is highly creative and collegial, and demonstrates dedication, persistence, and teamwork combined with a keen sense of humor. He is a valued member of a communications team that has tripled our media coverage; doubled traffic to our main site, and boosted online giving by 52%. It’s a pleasure to work with him.
I produced this video as a followup to PHR’s prior piece, “War Crimes and the White House,” after President Obama responded to Anderson Cooper’s questions about PHR’s investigation during an interview on CNN.
I produced this video as part of a Physicians for Human Rights campaign advocating for a Department of Justice investigation. I wrote, directed, edited, and narrated the video, which was featured on Daily Kos and many other notable media outlets. Over seven minutes of the video were aired during the July 21, 2009 episode of GRITtv with Laura Flanders.
I acted as a consultant for this “fun” look at global health funding, conceived of and shot by PHR interns. I chose the music and edited this piece for them.
Video tag with animated logo, motion graphics, and music, produced for Physicians for Human Rights. This 14 second piece is tagged-on to the end of PHR’s advocacy videos. I also produced a simpler version which is used in some of PHR’s shorter videos.
Jared is an incredibly creative and thoughtful video producer. He has made some beautiful clips since coming to PHR that innovatively depict the issues of importance to the organization. Examples: La Fleuve de Mal and A Season of Hope. As his colleague at PHR, I am grateful that Jared chose to come to work with us. His presence is a great enhancement to our outreach.
This site was developed to support the release of a Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) report and a long-term advocacy campaign. Among other features, it provided a place for concerned readers to send messages of encouragement back to refugee women in Africa.
After witnessing the devastation caused by the willful neglect of Zimbabwe’s people by the Government of Robert Mugabe, PHR detailed the causes and effects of the crisis in their report, “Health in Ruins: PHR Reports on the Man-Made Health Crisis in Zimbabwe”. Commenting on this report, Archbishop Desmond Tutu said “The world must take action against the Mugabe regime for these crimes against humanity”.