Hello! I'm a journalist-turned-filmmaker and multimedia producer who travels the globe in search of stories that inspire and unite us.
After some exciting years covering elections, upheaval, progress and everyday life in West and Central Africa, I've found myself back in the U.S in Washington, D.C. While obtaining a Masters of Fine Arts at American University, I've also been producing docuementary films and transmedia web content.
Through a partnership with PBS Frontline and the Investigative Reporting Workshop in Washington, D.C., I've worked as a researcher and reporter on two documentaries for Frontline. I've also spent time teaching filmmaking, editing and digital design—which I love doing.
I've worked on some of my own films, such as my current documentary Baking Alaska, and have partnered with other filmmakers to bring my producing, shooting, editing, multimedia or promotional skills to support their work.
With the Fourth Estate, journalism, in crisis, I feel like this is a really exciting time for documentary film and multiplatform storytelling to take up the mantle and expose abuses of power, while promoting endeavors of good. Through my work I use visual language—the most universal language—to seek to strengthen communities and empower those who work to make the world a healthier and more just place. Thank you for taking the time to visit this site.