Reports and Coverages

I was entrusted to cover some of the most important events in the recent political history of Malta. Major parliament debates, press conferences and announcements among others. I covered three general elections, tasked to follow and question party leaders as they make daily press conferences in their campaign. I also worked on court reporting and on coverages related to the European Union. The examples below are just a few of what was a daily routine for a journalist working in some of the largest and busiest newsrooms in Malta. 

The first comments by Adrian Delia, newly elected leader of the Nationalist Party and the Opposition following the final count of votes at the Granaries in Floriana. 

Trying to get a shot of newly elected Prime Minister Joseph Muscat at Piazza San Gorg in Valletta. Muscat resigned following demonstrations in Valletta following shocking revelations in the case of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. 

A quick comment following a heated meeting of the Broadcasting Authority. Photographed here is Tanya Borg Cardona, who was forced to resign following an industrial action called by UHM. Read full story here

At a press room in Brussels, home of the European Commission. I was sent to cover the annual summit of the European People’s Party (EPP). Link here