Ed Augustin is a British journalist and documentary filmmaker based in Havana. He writes for the Guardian, the New York Times, and Al Jazeera. He does broadcast work for TRT World, France 24 and Al Jazeera. During his time in Cuba, Ed has made films about Guantánamo Bay, the impact of the US embargo on the island’s healthcare system, and hurricane response. Ed brings ten years of media experience and holds a 1st Class Degree in Politics and Philosophy from the University of Manchester.
Strongest tornado in eight decades hits Cuba killing three and injuring 172 (TRT World, 2019)
Cuba's beekeepers benefit from an unintended outcome of US embargo (TRT World, 2018)
Cuban doctors land in Havana after Brazil programme ends (TRT World, 2018)
The internet, but not as we know it: life online in China, Cuba, India and Russia (The Guardian, 2019)