Bronson Arcuri is an award-winning video producer and multimedia journalist. He is currently an editor and managing producer on the NPR video team. In addition to overseeing NPR's video coverage of the ongoing war in Ukraine, he also manages short-form video production for All Things Considered, Life Kit and NPR's international reporting and political coverage. He is also part of the leadership team developing news products for emerging platforms, including Instagram and TikTok.
In addition to his video work, Arcuri is a managing producer on the Life Kit podcast.
He was also the creator and director of the economics explainer video series Planet Money Shorts, as well as the politics explainer series Ron's Office Hours. He previously served as director for the award-winning Tiny Desk Concert series.
He got his start at member station WOUB in Athens, Ohio. He also worked as a production assistant on the show "Gossip Girl" during his first summer after college.
His work has won numerous awards from the The White House News Photographers' Association, the Webbys and the Telly Awards, to name a few. His films have also been screened at multiple film festivals and have been listed as Vimeo Staff Picks.
Arcuri graduated from Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University and currently lives with his family in Washington, D.C.