Filmmaker. Teacher. Professional storyteller.
I'm an award-winning independent filmmaker and producer with over a decade of experience telling stories that move people. I've produced, directed, shot, and edited documentary work for a wide range of clients including The Atlantic, Mashable, Quartz, FOX Sports, WNET in New York, KCET in Los Angeles, the Academy Awards, the Nature Conservancy, Honda, Habitat for Humanity, Intel, and Adidas. I studied sociology and documentary film at Pitzer College and received a master's degree in multimedia journalism from the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication. I have taught media production at the Universities of Oregon, Ghana and Portland. I've also performed as a live video artist (or VJ) in concert halls, festivals and museums across the U.S., and I once won a yodeling contest at the X-Games.
I am always looking for opportunities to help tell the stories of people who often go unheard. Do you have a story that needs to be told? Please be in touch!
Honors and Awards
Natasha's Voice was nominated for Best Micro Short Film at the Oregon Documentary Film Festival, Saturday March 23, 2019!
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