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Visual Journalism

Photo Journalism + Video Journalism

Shoot, Report, Write, Edit

Ina Mitchell is available for Photo or Video Journalism assignments in Western Canada.

Ina shoots with a broadcast quality Sony PXW-FS7 XDCAM Super 35 Camera System for premium broadcast quality interviews or a Panasonic AG-DVX200 4K Camcorder for 'run and gun' situation like for real time news events and a Sony A7 II for photo-journalism. Also available is drone work for aerial assignments and a variety of go-pro cameras for multi-angles and action events.

Ina is a skilled cinematographer who has experience in shooting prime-time news events, travel and current affair shows and is an experienced investigative fact finder. Ina and her studio team have the capability to produce finished broadcast quality segments.

Ina holds herself and her team to the highest standards of integrity in Journalism and a commitment to free-speech, truth seeking, and the journalistic obligation of source protection.

The following is a small collection of curent news and topics of interest that have been broadcast locally, nationally and globally.

Photo Journalism

IOTBW 'White Santa' © Ina Mitchell
Self-proclaimed Nazi wears Santa costume to pronounce that Santa is White and wish shoppers a 'White Christmas'
Camp Cloud Raid © Ina Mitchell
RCMP swoop in to remove activists chained to equipment meant for use in building Trans Mountain Pipeline.

Justin Trudeau and Hecker © Ina Mitchell
Justin Trudeau is heckled at $1,000-a-plate dinner by Cedar George-Parker from the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation
Water and Land Protector © Ina Mitchell
Watch House Guardian 'Will George' from Tsleil-Waututh First Nation outside Kinder Morgan's tank farm.

Green Peace Aerial Blockade © Ina Mitchell
Twelve protesters who were part of Greenpeace's "aerial blockade" meant to stop oil tankers from travelling up Burrard Inlet to the Kinder Morgan Terminal.
Anti-Tax Rally © Ina Mitchell
A fight breaks out between Vancouver City's wealthiest residents and a lone protestor 'Wolfgang Tolkien' over a proposed 'wealth tax'.