Robert Kinlaw

Filmmaker. Daydreamer. Water skier. Geek. Rural NC born and raised.

Robert is EdNC’s multimedia strategist. He is a journalist and award-winning documentary filmmaker in the Triangle. Robert attended both public and private grade schools in North Carolina and graduated from the Media and Journalism school at UNC-Chapel Hill. He has produced video content for The News & Observer, ABC11-WTVD, UNC-Chapel Hill, The News Reporter and more. His short documentary Princess Warrior received an Excellence in Filmmaking award at the 2017 Carrboro Film Festival. Visit his website at robertkinlaw.com.

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Johnston Community College faces the future with confidence

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Bright Spots: STEM East

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Bright Spots: Gold Rush Grant at UNC Charlotte

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Bright Spots: Wilson Youth Master Plan

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Bright Spots: Project SECURE at Wake Tech

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Bright Spots: Strategic Twin Counties Education Partnership (STEP)

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