Kristin Crawford joined WECT as a Digital Video Content Producer in August 2016 after graduating from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington.
She studied Communication Studies with a focus in TV Production and Media.
Kristin is originally from San Diego, California but moved to Cary, North Carolina when she was seven.
There, she started swimming competitively year round. She swam for UNCW her freshman year before retiring to focus more on video production.
She was a part of TealTV, worked on videos for programs at the University, and produced the 2016 athletic highlight reel for the UNCW Athletic Department.
Kristin is passionate about telling people’s stories through the power of video and loves to get to know the people in the process.
When she’s not behind the camera or editing, Kristin still loves to swim and tries to make it to the pool as much as possible. She also likes spending time with her family in Cary whenever she can make the trip.
If you have a story idea, Kristin would love to hear it! You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Video Production award from the Communication Studies Society
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