I'm a Nantes (France) based filmmaker and video editor with a degree in Politics and Documentary Production and a minor in Linguistics from Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY. My film work primarily focuses on labor rights/exploitation, language, and culture. My documentary “Home is Here,” about the life and activism of Dolores, a migrant farmworker, aired on PBS affiliate WXXI in 2020. I've done video editing for Cornell University as well as the U.S. department of Fish and Wildlife, and edited a radio show that aired on Ithaca's community radio station WRFI.
I'm looking to find editing, sound, and production work, both on documentary and fiction projects. I can work in English, French, and Spanish, having had experience working in all three of these languages. Most recently, along with friend and frequent collaborator Edie McRoberts, I am putting together a film production company, Final Cult Pictures.
In the long term, my goal is to eventually go to grad school, working to integrate my audiovisual work with my political theory research. I tend to focus my theoretical work on political economy, labor and migrant rights, and languages.