The owls of Rice University

Produced by Rice University video producer Brandon Martin, “The owls of Rice University,” takes a look at the school’s mascots that have habitated Rice’s 300-acre forested campus over the past two years.

Want more owls? “Rice’s Owls,” Robert Flatt’s photographic chronicle of the daily life of a family of owls that took up residence on the Rice campus in 2010, won the 2013 IndieReader Discovery Award for photography recently. See more about “Rice’s Owls” award at http://news.rice.edu/2013/07/01/people-papers-and-presentations-164/.

About Brandon Martin

Greetings, I am a video producer at Rice University in Public Affairs. I became a Rice Owl in June of 2011. Before that I was at KPRC-TV in Houston as a special projects photojournalist for seven years. I covered everything from hurricanes to sports. Southeast Texas has been my home for my whole life. I am lucky to have a wonderful wife and two of the cutest girls I have ever seen. Go Owls!