My work is  grounded in the belief that stories are a catalyst for social change. Currently, I am the Senior Video Producer at Human Rights First, an international advocacy organization. My directorial debut NOISE RUNS (Cleveland International Film Festival, International Women’s Film & Arts Festival, Africa World Documentary Film Festival) is a short documentary about citizen journalists in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, screened globally and won Best Director and Sound from the Social Impact Media Award.

I’ve also worked on feature documentaries like A ROAD TO HOME (Newport Beach Film Festival, Toronto Arthouse Film Festival), BLACK AND CUBA (Available on Itunes and Amazon Prime), (A)SEXUAL (Available on Hulu and Netflix), and PUSHING THE ELEPHANT (PBS’ Independent Lens). In 2010, I was a awarded the UnionDocs Collaborative Fellowship and currently an active member of the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective. I received her B.A. from University of North Carolina at Greensboro with major in Media Studies and Minor in Women & Gender Studies.