Juan David Romero

Manizales, DC Colombia

Professional Experience

Science reporter living in D.C., but currently in Colombia. I've interned for Science magazine, The New Republic, the Orlando Business Journal. Experienced in multimedia and mobile reporting. Passionate about photography, video editing and social media. HTML (work in progress). Willing to travel anywhere. Fluent in Spanish. In love with nature.


Editor (video, film)
4 Years
2 Years
2 Years


Environment & Nature
Entry Level
Entry Level
Entry Level


Short Film
4 Years
Magazine - Large Consumer/National magazines
1 Year
Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
2 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

4 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Central Florida Future (10+), The New Republic (6-10), Science magazine (6-10)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Insight Magazine (6-10), LATINO magazine (1-2), Growth Talk (1-2)

Other Work History

I was part of the CRS-6 SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket-launch NASA Social. I'm a Chips Quinn Scholar. I'm a Student Projects NAHJ (National Association of Hispanic Journalists) alumni.

Technical Skills

Adobe Premiere Pro, Audition, Final Cut, iMovie

Foreign Language Skills

Fluent in Spanish and beginner in French

Computer Skills

Microsoft Office, HTML (work in progress).


iPhone 6

Work Permits & Visas

American citizen with a Visa.


Catherine Matacic, Sciece magazine Associate Online Editor, 202-326-6589, cmatacic@aaas.org; David Malakoff, Science magazine Editor/Writer, 202-326-6446, dmalakof@aaas.org; Ryan Kearney, The New Republic Executive Web Editor, 6463003945, 2025084487, rkearney@tnr.com


National Association of Hispanic Journalists



I wrote a story on Bitcoin, which I enjoyed writing a lot. I wrote a story using Storify about SpaceX's CRS-6 ISS Cargo launch. I wrote a story on human trafficking of children for The New Republic. I wrote about IBM Lake George Project for Science magazine. For more visit the link above.


For more information email me at juan.david.sciencemagazine@gmail.com or find me on Twitter @JuanDavid1891