Meet the Team

Sarah Giroux

Senior Videographer

Sarah Giroux is the senior videographer focused on managing a team of videographers nationally. Prior to her role at Newsy, she was a globetrotting freelance cinematographer working for a wide variety of clients, from the Discovery Channel to Warner Bros. She is fascinated with all things culture, space exploration and education, and strives to show her perspective of the world through the lens of a camera.

  Recent Work
Man dresses as a Chinese Railroad Worker at the 150th Anniversary of the First Transcontinental Railroad
Dave FrancoU.S.

What Does It Take To Rectify The History Of Chinese Railroad Workers?

Inside Saint Sulpice church in Paris.
Sarah Giroux, NewsyWorld

This Is How Notre Dame Congregants Are Celebrating Easter Weekend

Homeless man in Paris.
Sarah Giroux, NewsyWorld

Paris' Homeless Population Disappointed In Notre Dame Fundraising

The Notre Dame Cathedral on fire on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Abdoulaye SowWorld

Early Witness To Notre Dame Cathedral Fire Critical Of Fire Response

A fire broke out on Monday afternoon and quickly spread across the building, collapsing the spire. The cause is yet unknown.

Notre Dame Cathedral "Miracle" -- All Is Not Lost

bloodstain-pattern analysis
Dan Winters / New York TimesU.S.

Bloodstain-Pattern Analysis Is 'More Subjective Than Scientific'

Joe Bryan, focus of the New York Times story "Blood Will Tell"
Dan Winters / New York TimesU.S.

'Blood Will Tell' Exposes Flaws In Common Forensic Science Practice

Screen printer
Newsy/Sarah GirouxU.S.

Dream Jobs: Screen Printer

Garden in front of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
Newsy / Dave FrancoU.S.

Reliving The Parkland Shooting With The People Who Were There

Maddy Wilford interning with the Broward County Hosptial
Courtesy of David WilfordU.S.

Parkland Survivor Maddy Wilford Returns To Hospital — As An Intern

Memorial to Nick Dworet who was shot and killed in the Parkland shooting
Newsy / Dave FrancoU.S.

For Some Parents Of Parkland Victims, Time Doesn't Heal All Wounds

Parkland shooting survivor Anthony Borges shows scars
Newsy / Sarah GirouxU.S.

The Road To Recovery For Parkland's Humble Hero, Anthony Borges

Zack Mulligan (background) and Keire Johnson in Bing Liu's "Minding the Gap"
Bing LiuEntertainment

How 'Minding The Gap' Embraces Skateboarding's Vulnerable Side

Rebecca Faber plays her violin
Sarah Giroux/Andrew Shafer/NewsyU.S.

Dream Jobs: Violinist

U.S. President Donald Trump addresses the United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters, September 19, 2017.
Getty ImagesWorld

Speeches, Posturing & Dealmaking: Why UNGA Is Diplomacy's Super Bowl

The United Nations logo on the back wall of the General Assembly Hall
Getty ImagesWorld

What To Expect At The UN General Assembly

Makeup brushes in a cup

Dream Jobs: Hair And Makeup Artist


30 Minutes With: Judy And Dennis Shepard


Dream Jobs: Sommelier

Danielle Juhre sings her new single "Nobody"

30 Minutes With: Danielle Juhre


Dream Jobs: Trapeze Artist

Guatemalan immigrant Eduardo Valiente, or "Lalo," in the church where he lives.
Ben Schamisso / NewsyPolitics

This Detained Immigrant With Cancer Was Saved By Complete Strangers

Kalyn Belsha, Karen Kelsky and Alison Flowers are exposing the scale of sexual misconduct in academia
Newsy Staff & Karen KelskyU.S.

These Women Are Exposing The Scale Of Sexual Misconduct In Academia

Richard Santiago and his family in Puerto Rico. After Hurricane Maria, they evacuated to Chicago.
Richard SantiagoU.S.

Hurricane Evacuees: At Home Within The Puerto Rican Diaspora

Water tower in Martin County, Kentucky

Untapped: Life Without Safe Water In Martin County, Kentucky

Martin County drinking water (Left) vs. bottled water

Martin County Residents Stonewalled At Meeting About Unsafe Water

Martin County Water Treatment Facility
Newsy / Sarah GirouxU.S.

Ky. County Residents Are Skeptical About Govt. Help For 18-Year Crisis

Nina McCoy discusses her town's struggle for c

Why One County Has Avoided Drinking Its Water For 18 Years

a water valve

Some In This Small Kentucky County Live Without Running Water

Martin County residents say their officials spent money on buildings that could have been used to fix their water problems.

Kentucky Locals Blame Town's Officials For Ongoing Water Crisis