I report, shoot, edit and produce compelling visual content about anything from economics to matrimony.
I work for CNN Digital Labs, a team tasked with rethinking storytelling
on the web, television and in the live event space.
I am currently working on a longform, interactive project about exonerations.
I just spent four years working for The New York Times.
I’ve delved into fair housing, race, relationships, politics, business and economics.
Take a look at my NyTimes work by clicking: My NyTimes Video Channel
Follow me and my CNN work on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/chodger/
Follow my lighter pursuits on – http://chodger.tumblr.com/
I have dual French Citizenship and the proud daughter of a single mom.
I am a geek, Jane-en-ite, and follower of ramen shops.
HIGHLIGHTS OF MY WORK:
I worked on this series with CNN’s Tanzina Vega. We decided we needed to find the people who were trying to have a different conversation about race.
I grew up in affordable housing and have an intense interest in how housing issues shape and perpetuate economic divides. This story took me on a journey with a young man, fresh out of prison, navigating a corrupt system called ‘three-quarter-housing.’
I followed two young moms as they studied to make a midlife career change, much like myself. The Affordable Care Act, if it survives, is creating opportunities for institutions like community colleges to reform wide sections of the workforce.
I produced a half-hour television show for CNN called “Agility in Action.” My favorite story took me to the middle of rural Missouri to interview a couple just settling into their 80s. Leroy and RuthAnne use an iPad along with mobile medical technology to talk back and forth with nurses who are over an hour away.