Roxana Pop (b. 1989) is a Romanian Fulbright student who recently graduated with an MA in Journalism from the University of Missouri. In 2012 she came to the United States to develop her visual storytelling and documentary skills, and to explore a culture very different from her own.
With the support of a Waller Fellowship Grant for Investigative Journalism, Pop returned to her home country in 2013 to work on a project about the Rosia Montana gold mine. Roxana is drawn to documentary photography and plans to dedicate her time to photographing unique communities. Her master project was about Chautauqua gated community in up-state New York.
Roxana is currently assisting award winning freelance documentary photographer Matt Eich in Norfolk, Virginia where she is learning about the freelancing world and further develops her own vision in photography.
2014 - CPOY Bronze Interpretive Eye Project, 2012 - Fulbright scholarship
- Audio capture
- Audio editing
- Breaking news
- Video capture
- Video editing