2015 - 2018 As director of multimedia at STAT, I had a direct hand in the conceptualization and creation of these videos, animations and documentaries.
2006 - 2015 I shoot. I edit. I produce. Footage from around the world including Australia, Canada, Indonesia, Switzerland, Antarctica and from the good old United States.
2013-2014 ScienceTake Role: Founding Editor and Producer How monkeys teach manners, elephants show empathy and ants imitate water in a video series that combined cutting-edge research from the world of science with stunning footage of the natural world in action. View Videos
2013-2014 CreatureCast Role: Commissioning Editor Creatures, strange and complex, in colorful detail. View Videos
March 4, 2013 Collision Course Role: Video Reporter It was the longest, most costly manhunt in science for an elusive particle that was said to be key to the workings of the universe. For a generation of physicists, it was an appointment with history. View Video
May 6, 2013 A Glass Ocean Role: Video Reporter and Editor Diving into today’s oceans, one scientist looks for modern day mirrors to sea creatures frozen in glass in the late 1800s. View Video
February 26, 2013 Into the Blue Role: Video Editor Michael Becker, a researcher from McGill University, took a camera along during a dive to the bottom of an Antarctic lake. View Video
Portraits: Biofuel Fallout Role: Video Editor A project looking the effects of a biofuels rush on Guatemalan farmers. Edited video portraits of four Guatemalans. View Videos
Jakarta’s Surabaya Antique Market Role: Video Reporter and Editor The tight stalls of Pasar Antik Surabaya in Jakarta offer a little bit of everything--from Javanese shadow puppets to mass-produced pan-Asian kitsch. View Video
Old Town Jakarta Role: Video Reporter and Editor A quick jaunt around the crumbling colonial core of Jakarta. View Video
March 20, 2011 A New Arab Generation Finds Its Voice Role: Video Coordinator and Editor Escalating violence has tempered the regional euphoria that followed the youth-led revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt. And yet, young people will continue to play an important role in the Arab Spring. This month, The New York Times interviewed more than two dozen of them, from Morocco to the West Bank, to find out how they consider their moment in history and their generation's prospects for the future. View Video Interactive
Jun. 3, 2011 Venezuela's Prison Paradise Role: Video Coordinator and Editor On the outside, the San Antonio prison on Margarita Island looks like any other Venezuelan penitentiary. But venture inside and you'll see how far the rabbit hole goes. View Video
August 16, 2008 In New Orleans, One School Begins and Another Ends Role: Coordinating Producer and Editor Three years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city’s school system, Rabouin High, in downtown New Orleans, is on the road to recovery. In the Lower Ninth Ward, Lawless High wasn’t so lucky. View Video Interactive