I'm a filmmaker, photographer, and video journalist based in San Francisco. I've produced work for CNN, People Magazine, Reuters, the BBC, NBC, The New York Times, Discovery Digital/Seeker, AJ+, Univision, Vice, BuzzFeed, Pacific Standard, Singapore Airlines, Starbucks, Indigenous Media, the Center for Public Integrity, and Light Reading, among others. I've also edited hundreds of videos for AJ+.
My most recent feature film, They Live Here, Now, premiered at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival, and my work has played at many film festivals worldwide. Basically, I like movies a lot. I like talking about them, making them, reading about them, and of course, watching them. The same goes for photography. If you're interested in commenting on my work, sharing your own work, or potentially collaborating, please feel free to get in touch. As far as non-filmmaking/photography activities, I like long distance running, the Spanish (fluent!) and Portuguese (getting there!) languages, and playing banjo.
Some of my clients include
SXSW Feature Film Official Selection (Documentary Spotlight) 2018
Best Short Film at the Boston Latino International Film Festival 2016
Audience Award in the Hechos en Tejas Program at the Cine Las Americas Film Festival 2016
Honorable Mention for Directing from the Texas Archive of the Moving Image 2016
El Rey Award for Excellence in Short Documentary Filmmaking at the Barcelona International Film Festival 2016
3rd Prize at the Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival 2016
Nicholas Cominos Grant for Humanitarian Filmmaking 2014
Best Dramatic Short at the Canton Film Festival 2011
Best Screenplay at the Columbia University National Undergraduate Film Festival 2010
Best Student Film at the Ballston Spa Film Festival 2008