Breanna Muir

Washington, D.C.

Video technician

Education: American University, MA Film & Video; Virginia Wesleyan University, BA Communication and French Studies

Breanna Muir is a video technician at The Washington Post. Before joining The Post, she worked in video production for Voice of America, Monumental Sports & Entertainment (Washington Wizards, Mystics, and Capitals), and the Washington Commanders.
Latest from Breanna Muir

    How Trump’s election denialism took over the GOP

    Since Donald Trump first suggested the 2020 election might be stolen, Republicans have latched onto the claim. Here’s how it became a litmus test for the party.

    August 15, 2022

      Dear Carolyn: Reflecting on 25 years of giving advice

      Advice columnist Carolyn Hax and cartoonist Nick Galifianakis have collaborated on their Washington Post column for 25 years.

      May 17, 2022

        Getting to know Washington Wizards's Kyle Kuzma, on and off the court

        The Post’s Ava Wallace talks with power forward Kyle Kuzma about how his time with the Los Angeles Lakers helped him find his voice and his passion for fashion.

        February 1, 2022

          'I had to do my part': Rep. Jason Crow on how 9/11 prompted his military service

          Rep. Jason Crow (D-Colo.) discusses the impact 9/11 had on him.

          September 7, 2021

            Snow, storms and sunshine: How art illustrates the weather

            The Post's Philip Kennicott and Matthew Cappucci visit the National Gallery of Art in D.C. to analyze how weather is portrayed in famous works of art.

            July 16, 2021

              The Senate’s next step on gun reform | Accountable

              The Senate’s negotiator on gun reform, Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), discusses when a vote on expanding background checks could occur.

              June 29, 2021

                Who will get a third stimulus check and why?

                Economic stimulus or economic relief: Here’s what we know about who might qualify for the next round of coronavirus checks and how much they’ll get.

                March 8, 2021

                  The Redskins will retire name after decades of controversy

                  Washington’s NFL team announced that it was reviewing options for a new team name and logo on July 13.

                  July 13, 2020

                    The billionaires who self-funded their 2020 runs | Campaign Money

                    The Post's Michelle Ye Hee Lee explains how billionaires like Mike Bloomberg and Tom Steyer changed the game as Democratic presidential candidates in 2020.

                    March 5, 2020