As an Environmental Reporter for Capital Public Radio, Joe Rubin brings his passion for innovative storytelling to every project he works on. Rubin's documentaries have ranged from a look at present day Cuba through the prism of vintage car mechanics on "Nightline" to an investigation for "Frontline World" looking into the maddening hunt for the notorious Serbian war criminals, Ratko Mladic and Radovan Karadzic. He has even created his own program called "iWitness" an interview series which won the 2009 Webby for the best online news and video series on the internet.
In 2004 Rubin was a Knight Fellow teaching video journalism in El Salvador, Panama and Ecuador. He has written for the New York Times, Mother Jones and National Public Radio.