Jamil Sunsin is the only person in his family born in the U.S. His parents and sister came from Honduras and lived in the U.S. for a decade before Jamil’s father was arrested for being undocumented. The entire family was forced to return to Honduras, a country wracked with violence. After a knife attack, Jamil is traumatized, and becomes terrified…
I produced/directed/filmed this with Luis Fajardo presenting for the BBC. It was part of a series called the Creative Challenge in 2018.
Directed/produced/filmed by me.
Juan Pedro Franco holds the Guinness record for the heaviest man alive. But he’s trying to lose weight with the help of medics in Mexico, where he lives. The BBC followed his journey losing weight.
A film by Natasha Pizzey
- Production, filming, editing.
In Mexico City, many families are still awaiting news of loved ones missing after the 7.1 magnitude earthquake on 19 September.
One office block in central Mexico City – Alvaro Obregon 286 – is the deadliest site, with more than 35 bodies recovered and more still missing.
Families are camping out nearby as dozens of rescuers search the rubble.
The BBC spent three days with the family of 26-year-old Adrian Moreno, who had recently started working in the building.
Filmed/produced/edited with James Fredrick
.More Than 1 in 5 Women Are Married Before They’re 18 in Mexico. Natasha Pizzey and James Fredrick, contributors to the Fuller Project for International Reporting Thin smoke hangs over Graciela Garcia as she makes tortillas on a wood-fired stove. The adobe walls are covered in soot from the years of wives making tortillas here. “I didn’t make tortillas…
Sam Polinsky is an American wrestler who joined the Lucha Libre wrestling circuit in Mexico City. In the ring, he adopts the character of a flag-waving fan of US President Donald Trump. Polinsky explains why Mexicans have taken to his character at a time when the two countries are at odds over President Trump’s plan to build a border wall.
Video filmed and edited by Natasha Pizzey, co-produced with James Fredrick.
Shooting/editing/production for the BBC.
Mexican traffic police is turning to a women-only policy, because they regard women as less corrupt than men. Five years ago, authorities got rid of every man and decided only women should do the job. As part of the BBC’s 100 Women season, we spoke to Transit Police officer Judith Morales Garduno and her colleague Rosa Baeza Pena about fines, bribes, and women on duty.
See the full story with Katy Watson here.