William Wroblewski is a journalist based in La Paz, Bolivia. Living and working in the region since January 2014, he is the rare local producer who both knows the area intimately, and also has also worked with global-level media organisations and companies and understands the ever-changing media and business landscapes. If you are looking for a multimedia journalist, field producer, videographer, photographer, or fixer who understands the complexities of Latin American society and who can navigate the furthest corners of the region, look no further.
I produced and co-shot this New York Times Daily 360 about the New Andean Architecture and the amazing colors and designs of this new approach to design in Bolivia.
As a stringer for Agence France-Presse, I broke this story about pesticide use on traditional coca crops and its effects on bee populations with a video package, photos, and reporting notes for use by print journalists.
I produced, directed, wrote, and edited this quick spot for a Japanese sportswear company on the famous Salar de Uyuni.
I produced and shot this personal profile about a quechua farmer in Peru's Sacred Valley who grows more than 400 kinds of potatoes.