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Pike Place Market: More Than A Tourist Toss

The quarter is done and here is my group video project:

Since high school, 42-year-old Justin Hall has been making a living by throwing fish around in downtown Seattle. Hall works at the Pike Place Fish Market, in Seattle, Washington, where he has been a fishmonger for over 25 years. The Pike Place Fish Market is known for its energy and eccentricity, and Hall explains what goes into creating the team of mongers who he calls a family. This video was shot and edited by Lindy Holmberg, Shannon Finn, Kesia Lee and Courtney O’Keefe, all journalism majors at Western Washington University, as part of the Digital Media in Journalism course during the winter quarter of 2016.


If you would like to check out the other group's projects from my class, go here:



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