David Caprara is an associate producer in the New York bureau of Japan’s broadcasting company, NHK. He serves as a news correspondent for NHK World and helps create daily written and video news packages in Japanese with a focus on breaking news, movements for social change, and Security Council developments at the United Nations. He was formerly a reporter for the Japanese daily newspaper The Tokyo Shimbun.
Previous independent reportage includes interviews with North Korean defectors, on-the-ground coverage of the 2015 Nepal earthquakes, interviews with leaders in the Madhesi uprisings along the India-Nepal border, and reportage on the Syrian refugee crisis from refugee camps across Greece. His VICE documentary on the Honey Hunters of Nepal received a Webby Award in 2017.
David is fluent in Japanese, French, and English; and also has elementary proficiency in both written and spoken Arabic and Nepali. He is fluent in a variety of Adobe Creative Suite softwares and understands basic principles of coding. If you would like to get in touch with David you can reach him here.