I love investigating and telling stories through the mediums of documentary, journalism, audio and photography.
I’m currently producing and directing a documentary about fracking and plastic in Appalachia, which I began filming in my home state of Pennsylvania. Most recently, we followed the story to East Palestine, Ohio in the wake of the Norfolk Southern train derailment.
I’m also an executive producer of The Quiet Epidemic, a documentary about Lyme Disease that premiered at HotDocs and screened at DOC NYC in 2022. The film is in the midst of a theatrical run with First Run Features and is now streaming on AppleTV, Amazon Prime Video and Vimeo.
I graduated from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2020 and have previously worked for independent documentary filmmakers. I got my start in 2009 as an Intern for National Geographic Television. My IMDb page lists my production credits, and my journalism portfolio can be found here. In 2021, I co-produced and narrated a podcast, Sovereign, about Maine’s tribes and their fight for sovereignty.
If you’re interested in working together, please email me. I’d love to hear from you.