I shoot, produce, and edit.
I love doing what I do for a host of reasons, but it all comes down to one big idea: I never stop learning. I also get to meet people from all walks of life. Through video storytelling in today's digital media landscape, I want to create work that is nuanced, insightful, and disrupts normalcy. I focus on reporting on themes that will challenge mindsets and move people into change.
From a pair of Japanese Brazilian sumo wrestling brothers, to a woman knitting sweaters out of dog hair, to young gun violence survivors who love blowing glass, I've interviewed quite a fair share of interesting, resilient humans.
My work has been featured on CNN, MSNBC, Washington Post, AJ+, and more. While I am extremely hands-on with my work, I also fell in love with teaching as an adjunct lecturer for Medill School of Journalism at my alma mater, Northwestern University.
You can view my resume here.