Zachary Stauffer is a staff producer and primary director of photography at the Investigative Reporting Program. His first feature documentary, the award-winning “Who Killed Lt. Van Dorn?”, has screened at film festivals across the country and was adapted into a podcast for Reveal. Since joining the IRP in 2009, he has contributed to a number of films for PBS Frontline, including “Money and March Madness,” “Murdoch’s Scandal,” and the DuPont award-winning “Rape in the Fields” and its follow-ups, “Rape on the Night Shift” and “Trafficked in America.” His short documentary, “A Day Late In Oakland,” about the murder of journalist Chauncey Bailey, was nominated for two IDA awards.