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Kevin Clancy

MMJ / Videographer

Kevin brings an artful eye to original reports all over the globe for Newsy. As a videographer and editor working out of our Washington, D.C. bureau, he's worked long hours covering the campaign trail, political protests and international stories, including his three-part series on the Zika virus in Central America. A true Wisconsin son, Kevin is a hardcore Packers fan and lover of good cheese. When he's not shooting out in the field, he can often be found on his roof, an establishment known to friends far and wide as The Crooked Nail. Follow Kevin at @kclancymedia.

  Recent Work
An officer looks at a car.

Sold In America: The Buyers

A woman comforts another woman.

Sold In America: The Trafficking

Two women walk in a brothel.

Sold In America: The Workers

Sold In America

Sold In America (Trailer)

YECA member Shannon Farmer joins the Climate March in Washington, D.C.
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Young Evangelicals Are Pushing For Climate Action

A worshipper raises his hand during a Sunday morning service at Expectation Church in Virginia.
Newsy / Kevin ClancyU.S.

Debriefing 'Revolt': Media Shouldn't Ignore Religion

The Young Evangelicals for Climate Action march on Washington, D.C.
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Revolt: The Kingdom And The Power

A wind farm in west Texas
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Texas Leads The Country In Wind Energy

A worker installs solar panels on a rooftop in San Antonio, Texas
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Revolt: Bigger In Texas

Henry Red Cloud is the founder of the Red Cloud Renewable Center.
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Henry Red Cloud Brings Solar Energy To Tribal Lands

Jennifer Irving shows off Thunder Valley's regenerative community
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Debriefing 'Revolt': Why Native American Tribes Need Capital

Ted Eagle Jr. dances at a July 4 powwow on the Cheyenne River Reservation
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Revolt: A Tale Of Two Tribes

Coalfield Development is training coal miners to install solar panels.
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

This West Virginia Company Trains Coal Miners To Install Solar Panels

Retired miner Chuck Nelson, reporter Zach Toombs and mountaintop removal opponent Junior Walk overlook a coal waste site.
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Debriefing 'Revolt': How We Filmed Mountaintop Removal

Reporter Zach Toombs and retired coal miner Chuck Nelson overlook a mountaintop removal site.
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Revolt: Coal River Mountain

Reporter Zach Toombs climbs onto the head of a wind turbine over rural Iowa
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Wind Turbine Technician Is The Fastest-Growing Job In America

Reporter Zach Toombs talks to Iowa corn farmer Denny Friest
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Debriefing 'Revolt': Why Iowa Loves Wind Energy

Wind turbines turn above cornfields in rural Iowa
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Revolt: Blue-Collar Wind

Volunteer rescue worker Mike Level and reporter Zach Toombs search for residents trapped by floodwaters.
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Revolt: When It Rains

A coal-fired power plant in West Virginia
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

Most Of The World's Carbon Emissions Come From Just 100 Companies

Wind turbines in Iowa
Newsy / Kevin ClancyPolitics

Revolt: Energy Revolution In The Heartland (Trailer)

A civilian rescue boat carries two senior citizens to dry land in Houston on Tuesday.
Newsy / Kevin ClancyU.S.

Houston Turns To 'Cajun Navy' And Civilian Fleets To Help With Rescues

Noor Tagouri sits with Taylor Smith, who is a former heroin user, and Smith's daughter
Newsy / Kevin ClancyU.S.

What Heroin Addiction Is Really Like, As Told By A Former User

A needle used to inject heroin sits in a street outside a clinic
WCPO / Emily MaxwellPolitics

Moving The Needle: Saving Lives In The Heroin Crisis

People's Climate March in Washington, D.C.
Getty ImagesSci/Health

Climate March Pushes Back Against Trump Agenda

Susan Feniger, Noor Tagouri and Mary Sue Milliken in the kitchen
Newsy / Kevin ClancyU.S.

A Woman's Job: The Chefs

Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken prepare a dish
Newsy / Kevin ClancyU.S.

A Woman's Debrief: Few Women Make It To The Kitchen's Top Ranks

Blacksmith Lisa Geertsen works in her shop.
Newsy / Kevin ClancyU.S.

A Woman's Job: The Blacksmith

Blacksmith Lisa Geertsen in her shop
Newsy / Kevin ClancyU.S.

A Woman's Debrief: In The Blacksmith Class

Erica Douglas, aka Sister Scientist, mixes chemicals in her factory.
Newsy / Kevin ClancySci/Health

A Woman's Job: The Chemist