As artists we have agency and ability to be advocates of cultural change, create discourse about crucial issues that define our day and be a reflection of the ways in which we collectively construct the human condition.
My theatre is often rooted in true events and deals with challenging themes; it can be dark and uncomfortable.
My films depict representations of how we treat one another, good and bad, and say things that usually go unsaid, even if often thought about.
My personal mantra: “I believe in the possibility of what has yet to exist, what will I create today?” I never know what that will be; I never have an expectation beyond the effort I know I must exert to make anything I can stand upon.
BFA, New York University; MA, Hunter College
Screenings and Exhibitions
The New Foundation; Seattle, WA
Museo Reina Sofia; Madrid, Spain
Haus der Kulturen der Welt; Berlin
Newport Beach Film Festival
Williamstown Film Festival
Video Frontiers Festival, Perugia, Italy
Urbanworld Film Festival
Oakland International Film Festival
Indy Horror Festival
Emmy Award Nomination; National Academy of Television Arts And Sciences
Best Documentary; National Federation of Local Cable Programmers
Silver Cindy Award; Association of Visual Communicators
Best Long Documentary; New York University Video Festival -Two Consecutive Years
American Film Institute
Writers Guild of America