PEACE & CONFLICT

MOMBASA RISING, PBS NEWSHOUR, 2012.
Multimedia report on a secessionist movement in East Kenya.

VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY

During field research and production projects, Gage documents her subjects in writing and video, as well as in still photography.

CAPACITY BUILDING

WATER EVERLASTING? THE BATTLE TO SECURE HAITI’S MOST ESSENTIAL RESOURCE

INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, 2014

Gage served as the senior producer and writer on this documentary about the challenges of turning around Haiti’s public water service.

IMMIGRATION & AGING

LA GATA: THE NINE LIVES OF A TANGO SINGER CALLED THE CAT

An independent documentary that won Gage the 2008 Best USA Documentary Film, Women’s International Film Festival of Miami.

FOOD SECURITY & THE ENVIRONMENT

Gage spent two months in 2011 traveling with experts from Catholic Relief Services throughout the most remote corners of Central America to write, shoot, produce and edit multimedia materials on sustainable agriculture, micro business, and water resource management. The program was sponsored by the Howard G. Buffet Foundation.

CULTURAL PRESERVATION

The Kalinago of Dominica, BBC, 2008.

Gage traveled to the Caribbean island of Dominica to produce a news feature about the challenges of cultural preservation after a Kalinago native chief proposed legislation to enforce marriage only within the community.

GLOBAL HEALTH & SOCIAL INCLUSION

KENYA: REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND POPULATION

In 2012, Gage led a delegation of international journalists to Kenya to investigate reproductive health and population issues. The program was sponsored by the International Reporting Project and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Julienne Gage is a Washington-based researcher, writer, and multimedia producer who works as a consultant for news, documentary, and international aid projects. Her clients have included BBC, NBC, Discovery, Telemundo, Univision, Al Jazeera, HDNet, and The International Reporting Project, Inter-American Development Bank, Catholic Relief Services, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Howard G. Buffett Foundation, and World Learning. She holds master’s degrees in anthropology Western Washington University and Spanish-language journalism from the El País School of Journalism at the Autonomous University of Madrid, and a bachelor’s in peace studies from Whitworth University. Her work has taken her to Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, Europe and the United States.

Recent Projects

Fidel Castro Obituary: What Cuba’s History Means to Us

Sojourners Magazine, 2016

After Charlotte: A Community Striving to Heal and Unite

Al Jazeera English, 2016 Civic engagement campaigns in North Carolina brings race ...

North Carolina Churches Sending ‘Souls to the Polls’

Al Jazeera English, 2016

Teaching Through Trauma: Educating Refugees, Kids in Crisis

World Learning/Devex.com 2016

Kenya: Making Peace in a Powder Keg

Sojourners Magazine, June 2016 Kenya is home to 70 languages, 42 ethnic ...

Age-Friendly Cities: How Urban Planning Can Keep Older People Active

Inter-American Development Bank 2015

Toward a New Cubanity: How Pavel Urkiza Forged the Sound of Gen-X Cuba and Brought It to America

Noisey – Vice Magazine, 2015

How Haiti Successfully Curbed Kidnappings

Inter-American Development Bank and Insight Crime 2014