Sascha Brodsky is a writer who focuses on consumer technologies and privacy issues for a broad range of outlets. He’s been writing online for the past ten years; before that, Sascha was a newspaper and magazine reporter and editor.
Sascha has been a journalist since the early 1990s and has enjoyed finding technology to help him in his work. He started out sending stories via dial-up modem while working on the Navajo reservation in New Mexico. He spent several years as a reporter for United Press International filing stories on a terminal. Nowadays, he enjoys high-speed WIFI and laptops.
Sascha's photojournalism work has been published in The Los Angeles Times, HuffPost, and many other outlets. He is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism's advanced multimedia storytelling program. He currently shoots mainly on the iPhone 12 Pro Max but also has experience with many DSLR cameras and is a Canon fan.
About How-To Geek
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