The following excerpt was sent out from The Washington Post’s director of video Micah Gelman, senior producer for visual forensics Nadine Ajaka, executive producer Tom LeGro and senior producer Lauren Saks:
Sarah Cahlan becomes senior Visual Forensics reporter. Sarah was a founding member of the Visual Forensics team, which was announced in 2020, and contributed to its first stories, developing the style and tone of its video investigations. Sarah joined The Post in 2019 as a video editor producing video fact checks and stylized animated series for The Fact Checker. She is a former National Association of Hispanic Journalists fellow at NBC News and has worked as an associate producer and researcher at independent documentary production companies in New York.
Joyce Lee becomes senior Visual Forensics reporter. Joyce was a founding member of the Visual Forensics team and spearheaded its techniques for finding new footage and analyzing it to produce compelling stories.
She joined The Post in September 2017 as a video editor on the Foreign desk, where she covered the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. She previously worked as an associate video producer for Time magazine.
Billy Tucker becomes senior video editor/director. Billy has proved to be an integral member of the live video production team. His many years watching major political events also means he can quickly find the right news-making moment. Before joining The Post in 2017, Billy was a video editor at CNN.
Joy Sharon Yi becomes senior video editor. Joy is a key collaborator and innovative storyteller on the National desk. In the past few years, she has produced explainers and worked closely with investigative reporters to contribute video coverage to stories. Joy joined The Post in 2018 as a contractor working on the Stamp team. She previously worked at the Kennedy Center as a multimedia specialist.