Joshua Tucker journalist filmmaker
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Working Internationally

Growing my relationships not only with local sources and stakeholders but also with national and regional journalistic professional organizations are vital steps in my reporting.

Growing my relationships not only with local sources and stakeholders but also with national and regional journalistic professional organizations are vital steps in my reporting.

Working Internationally

I’m grateful to have traveled in over 20 countries, living outside of the United States for more than five of the last ten years.

Learning in communities from Kashmir to Sierra Leone and Honduras, I parse the differences in perspectives between reports from journalists who live on the front lines and those who don’t.

Reporting from Chile for national U.S. television radio and web outlets for more than four years, I’ve honed my Spanish fluency to deftly report and translate events in Latin America for an English speaking audience.

Reaching the remote Grey Glacier in Chilean Patagonia, which loses acres of ice annually due to climate change.

Reaching the remote Grey Glacier in Chilean Patagonia, which loses acres of ice annually due to climate change.

My years living internationally and working in Spanish are prefaced by my parents decades of combined experience working in West Africa. I’m always happy to consider international assignments, as I 'go to where the silence is' to bridge gaps in the understanding of global issues with frontline perspectives.

Filming my first interview with Indigenous Mapuche sovereignty activist Priscilla Catrilaf in Santiago, Chile.

Filming my first interview with Indigenous Mapuche sovereignty activist Priscilla Catrilaf in Santiago, Chile.