Announcing the Solutions Storytelling Project: Latin America filmmakers!

Sununu Bah

Creative Intern, University of Maryland Office of Marketing and Communications
Bowie, MD US
Available for Full Time
Available for Freelance
Open To Mentoring
I tell the stories of the struggles, pain and suffering as well as the triumphs and victories that people like me have faced and continue to face in their lives. I honor the tradition of African American writers, filmmakers, musicians, and artist.


Sununu Bah is a Masters Multiplatform Journalism student at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park. He is expected to graduate May 2024. He received his bachelor of arts degree in Sociology and English from the University of Maryland in 2019. Sununu is currently working with the University of Maryland Office of Marketing and Communications as a creative intern. He is also creating a documentary on gogo music. He freelances photography and arts and culture stories for the Greenbelt News Review and sports stories for WMUC Sports. During his graduate experience, Sununu has interned with ABC 7’s affiliate TV station affiliate WJLA-TV. He has reported on Hagerstown’s new state-funded independent league baseball stadium for Capital News Service. Sununu has also created his own Medium-powered pop culture publication, Nu Vizn. During his undergraduate experience, he was the co-editor-in-chief of the first and only Black newspaper on campus, The Black Explosion. He also covered Maryland volleyball and softball for WMUC Sports and track and field recruits for The Left Bench. Sununu interned in the communication and marketing department of Tandem Sports + Entertainment talent agency and in the communications department of Special Olympics. He is currently serving as a freelance reporter for the Greenbelt News Review, covering arts and culture and sports reporter for WMUC Sports.