Clàudia Prat is a New York City-based video-journalist specializing in innovation. Clàudia led the production of the first 360-degree video series at TrackRecord (Univision) and partnered with Associated Press' correspondents to create 360-video stories such as House to House the Battle for Mosul, finalist at the Royal TV Society Awards. For the New York Times, she worked as a freelance 360-camera filming a wide range of stories for the Daily 360 team. Clàudia has also produced interactives and independent documentaries and she is interested in the intersection of journalism and technology. Her stories often focus on immigration, women, housing and memory. She is an instructor at the M.A of Gender and Communication at the University Autònoma of Barcelona and has led seminars and workshops for journalists including: Journalism 360, Google News Lab and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ). Clàudia Prat received a M.A in Digital Innovation from New York University’s Studio 20 Program.