This is the first episode of a series I produced on how the Keystone XL pipeline will affect the Yellowstone River, an area that has had two oil spills in recent years.
This is the second episode of a series I produced on the effects pipelines have on nearby communities. This episode focuses on The Fort Peck Indian Reservation, which experienced water contamination from oil for over 40 years. Now the Keystone XL will be crossing their newly introduced water supply.
This is a video I produced on the march for science in Washington, D.C. I pitched the idea, conducted the interviews, and scripted and edited the final video.
I shot and edited this interview with Adrian Grenier. I turned around the finished product in one day so it could be published on World Oceans Day.
I interviewed Cody Simpson and shot and edited the video. I turned around the finished product in one day so it could be published on World Oceans Day.
This is an intro explainer I produced for a series I made on oil pipelines. I researched the topic, wrote the script, edited the footage and oversaw animation.
This is a video I worked on for my final capstone project for graduate school. I worked with a team on an investigative story on how neighborhoods in New Orleans raise property taxes to hire extra police. Here is a link to the full story.
This video is on the Staten Island Farm Colony, which has remained abandoned for almost 40 years. It is being redeveloped into housing.
This is a reel of the work I did while I attended The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
I shot and edited this video during graduate school. Many cemetery owners end up abandoning cemeteries when there is no longer an income. Enter Lynn Rogers: Executive Director of Friends of Abandoned Cemeteries. She takes care of 13 of these cemeteries in Staten Island.
This is a profile on a woman who runs a doll and teddy bear hospital. She is dealing with taking care of the store after her husband entered a nursing home due to alzheimer's disease.
Jianbing is a Chinese breakfast crepe. One of the owners of Bing Kitchen on the Lower East Side shows how they are made.