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Mya Constantino.

I’m a multimedia journalist and writer with a passion for impactful storytelling.

Hi there.

Nice to meet you!

As a multimedia journalist, I’ve filled notepads for Desert Companion magazine, The Las Vegas Review-Journal and The Press Democrat. I’ve written stories centered on environmental issues, racial disparities, travel, food, art, music, business and tech trends.

When I’m not writing or reporting, I’m looking for my next favorite coffee shop, listening to Al Green, eating tacos or Pad see ew, collecting miniature things, or salsa dancing.

Featured Project.

The Deep Take Project

The Deep Take Project — a multimedia platform full of docu-style interviews, stories, and podcast episodes — centers on conversations that heal. Above all, it’s a safe space. A place to connect. If you’ve found The Deep Take Project, thank you.

Reporting.

A loss that lingers

Inside a small funeral chapel in Long Beach, California, Sheila Hoonsan’s mom lay in an open casket. But she was unrecognizable. Her face and chest were swollen after weeks in an intensive care unit with COVID-19. Her hands, which Hoonsan never got to hold before she died, were bloated and pale…

Recycling in Clark County being kicked to curb by contamination

Sonoma County artists and businesses enter NFT world of digital art

How Sonoma County artists transform their work, themselves after isolation

Abbot’s Passage welcomes harvest season with new fall menu

Winery founder and sixth-generation vintner Katie Bundschu understands very well the beauty, the nostalgia and the grandeur of harvest, having grown up with the annual ritual at California’s oldest family-owned winery, Gundlach Bundschu…

Freelance Writing.

Finding By Feeling

In a tiny storage space Downtown, Veronica Torres-Miller, prop-stylist and founder of Nostalgia Resources — a vintage rental and styling company — keeps her collection of aged doors, Persian rugs, rows of wooden chairs, towering stacks of tables, and colorful vintage trunks…

Drawing Deep

Are Those Dumplings at My Doorstep?