I had the opportunity recently to do a story on Survival Systems USA, a business across the river in Groton that trains students to do things like escape from a submerged helicopter and survive at sea in a life raft. To add a first person perspective, we used a GoPro camera on one of the […]Read more "How to survive a helicopter crash: Survival Systems USA"
Our latest video column came out of observations Rick Koster and I had made about the inordinate number of pizza restaurants in our area. When we started talking to co-workers about it, they pointed out locations that had three, four or five pizza places within easy walking distance. When Pfizer announced they were leaving New […]Read more "Southeast Connecticut needs more pizza"
This was a nice story that turned out to be a little tough to shoot. Molly is a ten-year-old springer spaniel who is a working dog at the submarine base in Groton. I wanted to get an up-close view of Molly’s training session, but my proximity would distract her and interfere with the test. The […]Read more "Molly: Submarine Base Working Dog"
This game looked like a blowout in the second quarter, but Fitch came back and eventually sent the game to overtime. I don’t generally root for overtime in weeknight games, as it means I’ll be editing later, but I do love a dramatic finish. I was there without a reporter this time, so I had […]Read more "East Lyme Tops Fitch in OT"