Quynhanh Do is a senior video journalist based in New York City since 2010. She has more than a decade of experience producing daily and breaking news for The New York Times and NBC News. She has led newsrooms in video coverage of major domestic and international stories such as the Paris terror attacks, the 2016 US election and the refugee crisis in Europe. She specializes in video ethics and standards, including training journalists how to evaluate and identify falsified or ethically-compromised footage.
She is the recipient of an Edward R. Murrow Award for breaking news coverage of the 2015 Paris terror attacks, an Overseas Press Club Award for TV spot news reporting of the Paris attacks, and a NATAS-PSW Emmy Award for team coverage of the 2007 San Diego wildfires.
Outside of news, she freelances as an illustrator and painter. As a self-taught artist, much of what she has learned comes from her observation, interaction and appreciation of great artwork.
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