Alix Bryan joined the Robertson School of Media and Culture in 2015, as adjunct faculty in the Multimedia Journalism Master’s Program, and transitioned to a full-time term position in 2018. Bryan co-directs and teaches Capital News Service, a capstone program that publishes student work throughout Virginia. She also teaches MASC303: Reporting for Print and Web, an intermediate journalism course.
After receiving her graduate degree in 2010 from VCU, Bryan started working at WTVR-CBS 6, where her focus was on new media.
In 2018, WTVR received a regional Murrow award for Innovation, for reports produced by Bryan with 360 camera technology. Her expertise is multimedia journalism; she is constantly examining how traditional reporting methods can be reimagined and showcased across multiple platforms, to provide access and equal representation in all communities. Bryan is an advocate of diversity in storytelling, participatory journalism, collaborative teaching, and innovative instruction.
Bryan grew up locally and though she has traveled to every U.S. state except Alaska, she has a deep appreciation for the cultural and culinary prowess of Richmond. She is passionate about news in all its forms, drone photography, accessible public transportation networks, books, science fiction, tattoos, exercise, strong coffee and paradigm shifts.