I am a filmmaker based in the San Francisco Bay Area. I have a particular passion for illuminating interconnectedness, which often leads me to environmental, science, and social justice stories.
In 2018, my short documentary, “Dust Rising,” won a Student Academy Award. My work has been published by outlets including the San Francisco Chronicle and Women in the World, and has screened in film festivals including the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capitol, Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival, and San Luis Obispo International Film Festival.
I currently work as an Associate Producer and Assistant Editor for Crip Camp, a feature-length documentary that is one of the first seven projects selected by the Obamas for their Netflix-based production company Higher Ground.
I hold a Master of Journalism from the University of California, Berkeley and a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Creative Writing from Oberlin College.
I lived and worked in Panama as a Peace Corps Volunteer from 2013-2015. I like to get afar, afield, and afoot as much as possible.