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Andrew Satter.

Storyteller. Journalist. Filmmaker.

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Why Florida's Ex-Felons Should Be Able to Vote | NYT - Opinion

Why Florida's Ex-Felons Should Be Able to Vote | NYT - Opinion

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Why Nine Justices? Court Packing's History and Future

Why Nine Justices? Court Packing's History and Future

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Until Justice is Served: A Promise for the Bytyqi Brothers

Until Justice is Served: A Promise for the Bytyqi Brothers

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Andrew Satter
 
 
Andrew Satter is a video storyteller based in Washington, D.C. His mission is to produce visual stories that inform, engage and entertain. Throughout his career he has been on the vanguard of digital video storytelling for national media and advocacy groups. Satter's work has won numerous journalistic awards and his short films have appeared in festivals across the United States. 

Currently, as Sr. Video Journalist for Bloomberg Industry Group, Satter brings complex topics to life on the law, environment, government and taxation. Previously, as the Director of Video for the Center for American Progress, Satter helped establish CAP as a leader in documentary and explanatory video storytelling.
Originally from New Mexico, he now lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, with his spouse, two kids and pup Sonora. He is always up for a conversation about the culinary superiority of green chiles and the power of visual storytelling.
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