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Watertown High School Alum Documents Devastation in Boston after Bombings

Eric Zabriskie, a Watertown High School Class of 2001 graduate, spent some time in Copley Square, Boston on Tuesday, the day after the bombings at the Boston Marathon.
Watertown (WWTI) -- Eric Zabriskie, a Watertown High School Class of 2001 graduate, spent some time in Copley Square, Boston on Tuesday, the day after the bombings at the Boston Marathon.

“I originally was just going to shoot pictures there, but I just heard so many interesting perspectives on the event that I started asking people to tell me their stories on camera,” said Mr. Zabriskie. He spoke with Boston area residents and tourists who were in town for the marathon and put together a short film.

Mr. Zabriskie has been a Cambridge, MA resident since September 2012. He is currently studying pre-Med at Harvard University and working at a psychiatric hospital. He also composes music for films, including the music in the video above. He is working on a feature length documentary film about an island in the Florida Keys whose residents are divided over solar power issues.



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