Darnley R. Hodge Jr. is an award winning producer, director, photojournalist, filmmaker, and video editor, with over 25 years of experience in the broadcast and production industry. He holds a Master’s degree in Producing for Film and Video from American University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University. Throughout his career, Darnley has directed, produced, shot, and/or edited more than 3,000 video and film projects, spanning across a variety of genres, such as news gathering, documentary films, reality television, commercials, music videos, travel shows, virtual events, and corporate video projects. Darnley is an expert in AVID and Premiere Pro editing, holds Capitol Hill press credentials, and has worked as a field producer, photographer, and editor for several national networks, including NBC, MSNBC, CNBC, FOX, and Telemundo. His work has been featured on every national broadcast television network and many national cable stations. Darnley’s accomplishments also include writing, producing, and directing the award-winning and critically acclaimed mini-series, “The Breakdown,” for BET Networks. He also produced, directed, and edited the highly-regarded documentary film “The American LOWS,” which was featured in the Washington Post and is available on Amazon, Xumo, and other streaming platforms. Darnley has worked at ABC and CBS network affiliates in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, as well as behind the scenes on international productions in Africa, Central and South America, The UK and the Caribbean.