Inside The New Hampshire Law That Could Keep Students From Voting
This is a piece I produced for NBC News NOW. I worked with NBC reporter Jane Timm to adapt one of her pieces into a video script, then I shot and edited this video. I even made those little figurines!
From 1997 To 2019: A Timeline Of Hong Kong Tension
This is a piece I made for News NOW. I received a script and a standup (That’s broadcast-ese for “Reporter speaking straight into the camera.”) From the incredible journalist Janis Mackey Frayer, who was covering the day to day protests on the ground in Hong Kong. From that point on I found the archival footage…
NBC News: 20 in 20
This is a supercut I made for NBC News Now to mark the end of the first two decades of the 21st Century. The task was to highlight the 20 biggest stories of the past 20 years. I put together a list of around 100 big news stories that defined the past two decades, and…
360º Video: Sustainability at the US Botanic Garden
As an Environment Reporter in Washington D.C., I visited the United States Botanic Garden to learn about way they are helping foster sustainable gardening and landscaping.
Introducing Inmates to Real Life via Virtual Reality
PHILADELPHIA — In a twist akin to an episode of Black Mirror, the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections is turning to virtual reality to help reduce recidivism rates… Read the full story.
Experimenting with the future of entertainment, the 360° camera, I show you how to make the ultimate tomato sandwich from the perspective of the tomato.
unfinished country (2017) is an experimental found-footage and found-audio project I created for a class. I used an audio excerpt of Werner Herzog describing the rainforest from the documentary Burden of Dreams (1982) and juxtaposed it with archival footage of humanity and its interaction with nature and itself.
The Document (2017)
https://vimeo.com/208093116 A short video essay I made for a class which explores my connection to the past. Specifically, I refer to my family’s past, which was recorded by a distant cousin in a highly-detailed genealogical document.
The Innovator (2015)
For my high school senior project, I made a 10-minute documentary short profiling Dragoslav Scepanovic, a Queens-based machinist/inventor/artist from Montenegro with a unique way of solving problems.
Project LEO (2014)
Project LEO (2014) is a long-form documentary I created as a personal project. It follows three high school students as they build and launch a weather balloon with the intent to photograph the curvature of the Earth.