Richard Boudreaux, an international correspondent for the last three decades, joined The Times in 1986 as bureau chief in Managua, Nicaragua, after 16 years with the Associated Press. He held the same post in Moscow, Rome, Mexico City and Baghdad before moving to Jerusalem in 2006. He has covered six wars and written for The Times from more than 50 countries. He was on Times reporting teams that won awards from the Overseas Press Club and the Inter-American Press Assn., and he received the Maria Moors Cabot Prize for journalism advancing inter-American understanding. He has an undergraduate degree from Northwestern and a master's from Columbia. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Times videographer John Vande Wege, the Editorial Multimedia Manager at the Los Angeles Times, joined the paper a decade ago. He has played a major role in leading reporters and photojournalists at The Times in applying new methods of storytelling, such as interactive narratives and video reports, for a web audience. In his role as a newspaper video journalist, John has produced investigative video reports and interactive narrated presentations on a range of topics including the environment ("Altered Oceans" series), the war in Iraq, an oil pipeline project in Africa, as well as numerous projects focusing on the landscape of Los Angeles. For this series, John joined the team in Jerusalem and shot the majority of the video he produced. He can be reached at email@example.com.