Nate Lavey

Nate Lavey is the Video Production Manager for the Obama Presidency Oral History project. He has worked as a video journalist and his work has been published by NPR, The Forward, The New Yorker, and The New York Times. He has covered social struggle in the aftermath of the Tunisian revolution, student uprisings in Quebec, and depleted nuclear production facilities in New York City. He has received awards from the Deadline Club, the Center for Community and Ethnic Media, and the National Press Photographers Association. He is currently completing work on his first feature film, “Those Who Heard and Those Who Saw,” a documentary essay film about a network of internment camps that were built in Canada in the 1940s to imprison Jewish refugees.