Journalist

Courtenay Harris Bond is a Philadelphia-based freelance journalist who focuses on issues around health, science, and social justice. She was a 2017-2018 Rosalynn Carter Fellow for Mental Health Journalism. Her print project focused on the efficacy of medication-assisted treatment in the real world, namely in Kensington, Philadelphia, one of the largest open-air drug markets on the East Coast of the United States. In addition, she co-produced a series of documentary shorts about the opioid crisis in Kensington with photographer Jeffrey Stockbridge and editor Hunter Siede. Her work appears in Undark Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Billy Penn, Philadelphia Weekly, Time.com, and other outlets. She has also done some radio stories for WHYY, the NPR affiliate in Philadelphia. She is currently working as a reporter, producer, and screenwriter on a documentary about the global effects of COVID-19 and will continue to collaborate with Deer Watson Films on future projects.

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COURTENAY HARRIS BOND.

Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.

Jack Kerouac

Este madrileño nació en la sala de juntas de una agencia de publicidad y alcanzó la madurez como freelance para muchas productoras audiovisuales del país. Experto en la realización de piezas publicitarias , igual te monta en tiempo record un largometraje que una cuna de Ikea mientras alimenta a sus hijos entre render y render. 

 

Llegó tarde a un casting de la Voz y a otro de OT y como cantante frustrado que es,  se contentó con ser locutor y actor de doblaje y no le va mal, le ha puesto voz a muchos de los anuncios recientes que seguro recuerdas y es quien coge el teléfono en Deer Watson cuando esperamos una llamada importante. 

 

Cuando no está escalando, realiza , edita o postproduce para la productora mas guay de madrid, Deer Watson.