Students travel to Taos for spring break to experience sustainable, alternative living
This multimedia package won First Place in Feature Writing and Second Place in Multimedia in 2013.
TAOS, NEW MEXICO — Underneath a sky of stars on a dry New Mexico mesa, Tajar Work stood next to the fire she and her friends built together. She flipped her hood up around her shoulder-length dreadlocks and lit a Pall Mall cigarette. The smell of burning wood and sage from the fire lingered in the cold night air as she exhaled.
This is a story and video I did during spring 2012 spring break. There was a new class called Off The Grid in which six students traveled to Taos, New Mexico to experience living in sustainable homes called Earthships. I had the pleasure of traveling with them and documenting their experience for a text story as well as a multimedia video element.
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