CORINNE CHIN

Storytelling is my passion.

I believe every story deserves to be told through the medium that best communicates its essence, be it print, audio, video or interactive media. As a master’s candidate at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, I concentrated in documentary video production. My undergraduate degree, also from Medill, is in long form magazine writing. I have sought professional experience in all of these areas in order to fully explore the strengths and weaknesses of each one as a vehicle for storytelling.

The issues that move me are those of inequality: I've reported on insufficient healthcare in a refugee camp in Malawi and in South African townships near Johannesburg. I've covered humanitarian aid in the Sahel and in post-war northern Uganda. I've filmed a documentary on children living in endemic violence in inner-city Chicago. Inspired by these opportunities, I hope to build my career upon in-depth, mindful multimedia journalism.

To learn more about my work, visit my LinkedIn profile. For some sample video work, see my Vimeo page. To see a selection of clips, including writing, design and photography, please visit my Behance profile.