Conrad Fox


  • A Mexican and a US reporter cover controversial project in Baja California, funded by the US on Mexican territory.


Land + Sea

This project sent two reporters, one Mexican, one American, to Baja California to look at two controversial US-funded projects threatening the environment there: a gated community for ex-pat Americans, and what was set to be the world's first underwater mine. I helped the Mexican reporter place her pieces in several prestigious national outlets, coached her on digging for both sides of a story, and most satisfyingly, producing her first sound-rich radio reportage.

I'm a journalist, radio producer, project manager, instructor and developer. I've reported from Latin America and the Caribbean and my work has taken me across a minefield, into a gunfight, a dugout canoe and inside the homes of many brave and generous people. I have taught journalism, English, soccer, physics, robotics, anthropology and storytelling in board rooms, classrooms, lecture halls, playing fields and mud huts. I am also a developer, working an several software tools for education and journalism. I divide my time between Mexico and Canada.

(Conrad's) vision, his journalistic nose, and his tireless search to go one more step for the new, helped us find really impactful stories...

Manuel Ureste

Journalist and co-author of La Estafa Maestra, Animal Politico, Mexico