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Video

2024 Reel
A compilation of my work so far and what's to come.

Changing Tides

The Gulf of Maine is one of the largest seafood resources in the United States. Despite that, 90 percent of the seafood consumed by Americans is imported. Maine's longstanding and traditional fishing community is pushing for more domestic catch 

 

Produced and edited by Jule-Sophie Hermann and Maggie Fuller

2023, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism 

Dismissed

What do you do when you feel sick, but your doctors don't believe and dismiss you? This short documentary examines medical gaslighting and what it does to people who experience it. 

Produced and edited by Jule-Sophie Hermann and Maggie Fuller

2023, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism 

Fighters

Firefighters face a significantly higher risk of being diagnosed with cancer than the rest of the U.S. population due to their exposure to toxic gases. This film shows the preventive efforts of the Contra Costa County Fire Protection Unit. 

Shot, produced and edited by Jule-Sophie Hermann and Maarya Zafar

2022, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism 

ATHLETES

The story of how a tragedy in the Cal Bears Women's Field Hockey Team lead to a deeper awareness within players and coaches of mental health issues collegiate athletes might face during their career. 

Shot, produced and edited by Jule-Sophie Hermann, Sasha Schell and Beki San Martin

2022, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism 

Red Cross Promotional Work

During my time at the German Red Cross, I was able to do some promotional video work at some local events. 

Shot and edited by Jule-Sophie Hermann

2019/2021, German Red Cross District Association Märkisch-Oder-Havel-Spree, German Red Cross State Association Brandenburg

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