Leilani Rapaport (Multimedia producer)

Leilani Rapaport is The Bulletin's multimedia producer, generating video content and working on new media initiatives. Leilani graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in journalism. She recently led production on "Walking Tributaries," a documentary that was nominated for a regional Emmy award and aired on Oregon Public Broadcasting. Originally from Hawai'i, Leilani has studied abroad in Spain and Finland.

Email: lrapaport@bendbulletin.com

Phone: 541-617-7858


Stories by Leilani Rapaport

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Video: How the Two Bulls Fire grew


Published Jun 8, 2014 at 05:36PM / Updated Jun 8, 2014 at 05:42PM

Video: Work at the Two Bulls Fire

Published Jun 8, 2014 at 08:11PM

Slideshow: Rodeo Fashion

Published Nov 7, 2013 at 04:00AM

At the Columbia River Circuit Rodeo Finals in Redmond last weekend, spectators and contestants dressed to represent the rodeo, express their personality, and showcase artistic work and athletic achievements. The fashion choices on display included trophy buckles, hand-tooled belts, Cinch shirts, cowboy hats and tribal prints. ”The glitzier the better,” said Dodie Sand of Crooked River Ranch. ”We always have big curly hair,” said Sarah…

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Video: Disc golfing at Coyote's Den


Published Oct 31, 2013 at 05:00AM / Updated Apr 4, 2014 at 09:35AM

Scattered among the sagebrush and juniper trees at Crooked River Ranch are 18 baskets colored white and orange. These ”basket holes” are now a permanent fixture of Coyote's Den, the newest disc golf course in Central Oregon. A ribbon cutting on Oct. 19 gave people a chance to try the course out. Enthusiasts, professionals and two world champions, Nate Doss and Valarie Jenkins, attended. For…

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Video: Camera car to help create digital record of Bend streets


Published Nov 2, 2013 at 05:00AM / Updated Nov 19, 2013 at 12:31AM

A car driven around Bend with a camera mounted on it is gathering high-definition images of sidewalks, signage, striping, trees and other items. These 360-degree images will be useful in city planning and resource management, according to city Street Division Manager Hardy Hanson. On Friday, the “camera car” was on display at City Hall. The car will collect images over the next two weeks, depending…

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