Hawaii on the Rocks is an illustrated documentary film that follows the crystal meth epidemic that began sweeping the islands in the 1980s, and continues to this day. It's the story of the federal drug war gone wrong, a Native Hawaiian community battling addiction, and a brutal murder in the director's family that reverberated across the state.
Carrie Ching is a multimedia journalist and producer. Her latest project is a series of illustrated documentary shorts for VICE News called Correspondent Confidential. For six years she led digital storytelling projects at the Center for Investigative Reporting as Senior Multimedia Producer. Her work has received several awards, including a national Emmy for New Approaches to News & Documentary, a duPont, and a Gracie.