is a multimedia fellow at the Texas Tribune. Santucci is a visual journalist with the goal of humanizing social issues through personal stories. She received her masters in photojournalism and documentary filmmaking from Ohio University this year and holds an undergraduate degree in international relations and art history from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Santucci's work has been published by FRONTLINE PBS, NPR, The Guardian, and more. Her photography has also exhibited at Photoville in Brooklyn and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Last February’s winter storm left millions of Texans without power for days in subfreezing temperatures. Watch how one family whose home suffered extensive damage is preparing for the next round of cold weather. Full Story
Migrant crossings on the U.S.-Mexico border reached a 21-year high in July. This video takes you to the epicenter: Texas’ Rio Grande Valley, where more crossings are happening than in any other region in the country. Full Story