The scenes were shot a couple years before the Vanity Fair article came out.
After 15 years of being mentioned in various publications around the world, I finally got some local press... On the KUSI morning news talking with Brad Perry about "Hugging Day" and the latest "Help The Homeless" efforts.
True Life, a documentary series running on MTV since March 24, 1998, has covered over 140 topics from drug use, money issues, and sexual topics to simple social behavior like visiting the Jersey Shore.
Some amazingly brave and courageous young, African American men in Northeast Ohio reached out to us about documenting their double lives.
(He even wore my Burner jacket for the segment.) AND An awesome profile in San Diego City Beat ...
Continue reading In 2008-2009, I hosted the show/community "Fears. Desires." I made a weekly confessional video as a way of sparking conversation on the site.
She’s chosen topics that have earned her awards and rave reviews from diverse political organizations.
She has made documentaries for the National Organization for Women (NOW), and received honors for her work from the National Association of Minorities in Communications, and the Ryan White Youth Service Award for outstanding contributions to the fight against HIV/AIDS among teenagers.She recognizes the value of her show’s strong ratings and the importance of the MTV News and Specials department (which she formed in 1992) to the network’s public image.Her priorities, however, are more closely aligned with an activist’s or an independent filmmaker’s.Continue reading I was one of the subjects of an MTV documentary called "Sex2K: Naked on the Web." Background: In Jan of 2001, I was contacted by MTV News and Docs division.They were looking for people to film in a show about sex online. “I tell filmmakers who come to us, ‘Take everything you is MTV and just put that away, because that’s not what we do here.’” Prior to joining MTV, Lazin graduated from the acclaimed masters program in Documentary Film Production at Stanford University.