Based in Boulder, Colorado, The Story Group produces compelling multimedia journalism. Founders Ted Wood and Daniel Glick each have more than 25 years of experience in print and electronic media. We work in partnership with top videographers and editors to produce stories for broadcast, print and Internet outlets. We specialize in finding compelling ways to present the issues of our day to a wide variety of audiences through multimedia storytelling and new media. Our combined experience in environmental journalism and new media productions helps us — and our clients — to get stories out like never before.
Traditional media outlets are floundering, but the public’s need to know has not diminished. Today, effective storytelling must engage people through video, photographs and sound: in short, multimedia. We combine strong journalistic ethics with new media techniques to achieve the most enduring goal of storytelling: to inform and delight.
The Story Group is available for assignments and commissions, specializing in environmental and natural resource stories in the Western U.S. and abroad. We maintain a stock footage and photography library, available for licensing.
We believe in the enduring power of journalism. We are committed to covering the issues that define our time and to giving voice to those individuals or groups who need it.
Daniel Glick worked for Newsweek for 13 years as a Washington correspondent and a roving Rocky Mountain correspondent. He has also written for National Geographic, Smithsonian, Audubon, The New York Times Magazine, the Washington Post Magazine, Harpers, Esquire, Men’s Journal, Outside, National Wildlife, and more than a dozen other periodicals. He is the author of two non-fiction books, and contributed to two anthologies and a photo book on climate change and polar bears. He is a past contributor to National Public Radio and CalNet (formerly California Public Radio), and was an associate producer of a documentary about the murder of child beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey. In 2014, he was one of the editors of the National Climate Assessment, and has written about climate change issues for more than 20 years. He was a Knight International Journalism Fellow in Algeria in 1996, and has a Masters degree from the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California at Berkeley. Dan is a recipient of the Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado. You can visit Dan’s personal website here.
Photojournalist Ted Wood is an editorial photographer and videographer based in Boulder, CO. His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Smithsonian, Newsweek, Time, Audubon, The New York Times, High Country News, The Nature Conservancy Magazine and dozens of national and international publications. He is the co-founder and co-director of the non-profit Conservation Ink, which creates publications for the Mongolian national park system and conservation education programs for rural Mongolian schools. He specializes in environmental and conservation stories, particularly energy development in the western United State. He has a Masters degree from the Missouri School of Journalism, and is a member of Getty Images, Aurora Photos and the International League of Conservation Photographers (ILCP). He is also the author of 10 non-fiction children’s books. Ted is a recipient of the prestigious Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado. You can view his personal website here and the Conservation Ink website.