I’m a video journalist and filmmaker focused on creating stories that are timely, intimate, and dynamic. My work is dedicated to uncovering the most pressing human rights issues—often focusing on people
behind the headlines.
I shoot, produce, and edit all my work and have experience reporting both in the field and in-studios
often working under tight time, budget, and resource constraints.
From my photojournalism on the displacement of people from Agloboshie in Ghana to my current, National Geographic funded documentary on the gendered impacts of climate change in Malawi, I have a track record of documenting urgent human rights abuses at home and abroad.
Currently freelancing, I've recently been published with Al Jazeera Plus and BRIC for human rights pieces I've pitched, shot, and edited.
If you have any questions, or would like to discuss a potential video/photo opportunity, feel free to e-mail me at
I am currently based in Brooklyn, NY.
One World Media Popular Features Award: Climate Change is Creating a New Atmosphere of Gender Inequality for Women in Malawi
National Geographic Early Career Grant Recipient
Fledgling Fund Recipient
GroundTruth Project Fellow
Graduate of NYU TISCH Photography & Imaging with Honors
NYU Founders Day Award: highest bracket of scholastic achievement
Gold Winner, Global 69th College Photographer of the Year, Documentary Category
Thomas Drysdale Production Fund Recipient
Tisch Departmental Award for Social Practice
Gareth Hughes Memorial Scholarship Recipient
Global Pathways Scholarship Recipient
PDN Photo Annual Winner in Emerging Talent
Santander Universities Study Award Scholarship Recipient
Valedictorian of Grants Pass High School