I'm a filmmaker who creates multi-media installations, works free-lance, and serves as the Senior Producer for John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
My most recent installation, 'Look Up! Visions from Under the Canopy' debuted at the 15th Street Friends Meeting House. A contemplative multi-media experience, it also featured my documentary of the same name which explores human-nature interconnection through a conversation with naturalist, and author, Leslie Day.
My free-lance work includes media produced for dancers and environmental activists: Jody Sperling (Time Lapse Dances) and Heather Harpham (Action Theater). Non-profit clients include ACRIA (AIDS Community Research Initiative of America), The New York City Department of Health and Hygiene, The Friends of Fort Tryon Park, and UNIFEM.
At John Jay College I develop, write, produce, direct, shoot and edit marketing media. I produce the monthly news magazine Criminal Justice Matters. Hosted by award winning journalist Stephen Handelman, we talk about everything from restorative justice to decriminalization of sex work and prisoner reentry.
In my neighborhood, the view of the George Washington Bridge inspires me to do what I love most: connecting people, ideas and causes through story telling and multi-media.