Travis Mannon is a video producer based in Brooklyn. He produces, edits, and creates motion graphics for news and opinion video for The Intercept website and social media platforms. He also pitches, develops, and produces original videos, with a particular emphasis on long and short-term OSINT and visual investigations.
He received a master’s degree from NYU’s Studio 20 program, where he studied digital innovation in the media.
Protests for Black LivesAmbushed by the Cops: When Police Deliberately Trap Peaceful Protesters
An Intercept and SITU reconstruction of an incident in North Carolina last June shows police intentionally trapped and tear-gassed hundreds of peaceful protesters.
Protests for Black LivesMeet the Riot Squad: Right-Wing Reporters Whose Viral Videos Are Used to Smear BLM
In the year since George Floyd’s murder, conservative news outlets have endlessly hyped distorted stories about violence at Black Lives Matter protests. Key videos they used come from a tight-knit group of eight young journalists.
A City Under Occupation
Twenty-five thousand National Guard troops arrive in Washington, D.C., for Joe Biden’s inauguration — two weeks after right-wing extremists violently stormed the Capitol.
Led by Black Women, Organizers in Georgia Work to Replicate Election Success in Senate Runoff
After turning out Georgia voters in record numbers in the general election, organizers work to mobilize the youth vote in the pivotal Senate runoff election.