Web Editor/Photographer, OPB News
Michael Clapp is a web editor and photographer at OPB. He studied journalism at the University of Oregon and documentary photojournalism at the University of Missouri/Columbia. After a year teaching visual communications at the American University in Bulgaria, he returned to Oregon and worked for interactive game maker ImageBuilder, briefly managed the multimedia program at PSU and was launch editor for OregonLive. He came to Oregon Public Broadcasting in 2000.
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Avel Gordly and others discuss the loss of Portland's black communities in "Future:Portland", a short video presented by the Oregon Humanities.
The folks at Metro have put together an amazing time-lapse video of beavers and nutria building a dam in the Smith and Bybee Wetlands. Other critters, mostly ducks and herons, stop by to watch.
In an historic first for Washington, two Republicans are likely to advance to the November election in central Washington’s Fourth Congressional District.
Power is out across a large area of North Portland including Portland International Airport.
This month students at Portland’s Boise-Eliot/Humboldt School released 150 baby salmon into the wild.
If Karachi is a three-day frat party then Lahore is a weekend at the university library just before finals.