I’ve spent the last 10 years working in documentary film in a variety of capacities – as producer, director, cinematographer, editor, curator, consultant. My career began at Boston-based Principle Pictures, where I worked on two feature-length documentaries – BEYOND BELIEF and THE LIST – as well as numerous broadcast and commissioned video projects for corporate and non-profit clients. My production work with Principle brought me to 15 countries, including conflict zones like Iraq, Afghanistan, the West Bank and Burma.
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In my personal documentary work, I’m interested in investigating the points of contact between societies widely separated by conflict or inequality – especially through projects that leverage new media technologies to disrupt the traditional triangular relationship between filmmaker, subject and audience.
I’m currently based in the Boston area, working as a Research Assistant at the MIT Open Documentary Lab and pursing a master’s degree in Comparative Media Studies.