These are the videos available online that I’ve appeared in, from latest back.
The UK Channel 4 documentary Meet the Trumps: From Immigrant to President became available on Netflix in the US in late 2017. It originally aired in January 2017. I appear in the first few minutes.
KING-5’s program Evening Magazine profiled me and my Clock Walk. They also mentioned me in their segment on King Street Station’s clock which I suggested they tour.
I gave a talk on the former Morgan Street Drive-In Market for Southwest Seattle Historical Society at the Seattle Public Library Southwest Branch.
I talked about my book Lost Seattle on the Bob Rivers Show on Seattle’s KJR-FM (audio here).
I gave a talk on my book Lost Seattle talk at the Seattle Public Library Central Branch, recorded by the Seattle Channel.
I joined Seattle Transit Blog for a Seattle Streetcar History talk at History Cafe (organized by KCTS-9, MOHAI and HistoryLink).
I joined other panelists including Paul Dorpat for a talk on Rephotography at History Cafe (organized by KCTS-9, MOHAI and HistoryLink).
My research of the 1909 World’s Fair’s Chicago Day was profiled in the documentary Shaking the Shelves.
I gave a talk summarizing my research on Chicago Day at the 1909 Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition at Seattle’s Folklife Festival.
I was interviewed about my Clock Walk for episode 98 of Perils for Pedestrians. I also appear at the beginning of episode 99 talking about the Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board.