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James Borchuck - Video Producer

Video Producer

Seeing black and white prints slowly come to life in a tray of developer as a high school yearbook photographer sealed my fate. My journey in still photography took me to places like Uzbekistan and Greece. I’ve covered every sporting event imaginable (yes, curling is a sport). I’ve witnessed natural disasters, famous trials, presidential visits, talked to men on death row and covered an infinite number of graduations. The coolest thing I’ve ever seen is the birth of my two daughters. Now my journey is in video storytelling and I can’t wait to see where that leads me.

  1. Peggy Van Gorder, 53, of St. Petersburg redies herself prior to driving through a gate that will lead her and survey partner Beth Koehler, 60, onto a levy in the Everglades. CHRIS URSO   |   Times
    Gov. Ron DeSantis promised to double down on python removals but hunters sometimes can’t even find one.
  2. James Borchuck  |  Times What makes scary music scary?  As Halloween approaches, we thought weÃ\u0095d ask Brian Jones, an assistant professor of music at Eckerd College.  He has been studying the film scores of Halloween, Jaws, Psycho and A Nightmare on Elm Street and knows exactly what composers are doing to terrify us with sound.
  3. Tanyga Johnson encourages motorists to react to her signs as she canvasses the Childs Park neighborhood. [JAMES BORCHUCK  |  Times]
  4. Steve Nesius takes nature photos near his home in Terra Ceia. Nesius, a freelance photojournalist, spends about three days a week shooting landscapes and wildlife. [JAMES BORCHUCK  |  Times]
  5. Andrew Lumish honors veterans by cleaning headstones using special solvents. He volunteers his time because he thinks they shouldn't be forgotten. [JAMES BORCHUCK  |  Times]
  6. Andrew Lumish honors veterans by cleaning headstones using special solvents. He volunteers his time because he thinks they shouldn't be forgotten. [JAMES BORCHUCK  |  Times]
  7. Nicholas Popp and Christina Opperman, right, navigate Crescent Lake in a kayak, picking up trash and other debris on the last Saturday in March. [JAMES BORCHUCK  |  Times]
  8. Nicholas Popp and Christina Opperman, right, navigate Crescent Lake in a kayak, picking up trash and other debris on the last Saturday in March. [JAMES BORCHUCK  |  Times]
  9. Instructors Chris Kirchman, bottom, and Juliette Lauer during a routine. [ALESSANDRA DA PRA   |   Times]
  10. Joseph Gray lifts Juliette Lauer during an acrobatics routine, as Aaron Tremper, right, looks on at The Movement Sanctuary. [ALESSANDRA DA PRA   |   Times]