Wilbert L. Cooper started with VICE media as an intern more than five years ago. Today, he's a correspondent for VICE, HBO's Emmy-winning documentary show; a host for the VICELAND network travel show, VICE DOES AMERICA; and a Senior Editor for VICE.com, where he writes investigative long reads and short personal essays. Over the years, Wilbert's covered everything from racist white supremacists and police brutality to New York Fashion Week and A$AP Rocky. His feature-length documentary The Cleveland Strangler was nominated for an Ellie Award in 2016. He was named one of the Most Stylish Men in Media by Complex magazine, and one of the 40 Powerful Black Media Stars Under 40 by Rolling Out magazine. Originally from Cleveland, Wilbert currently resides in Brooklyn.