I’m a filmmaker and artist based in Los Angeles, California, originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. My movies combine research and embedded camerawork with archival elements and sound design. I have screened at MoMA Doc Fortnight, Lincoln Center’s Art of The Real, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Visions du Réel and others. I have worked as a non-fiction cinematographer internationally, including the US, Brazil, China, the South Pacific, Europe and Central Africa, and have contributed to Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning documentaries which are distributed widely. I primarily work as an editor and sound designer on feature films, shorts and installations.

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artist statement on GitHub

I am currently developing two feature film projects: one is a docu-fiction about crypto mining (2016 – present), the other is a narrative about saffron (2023 - present).
Selected Films
3 Minutes in America

Commissioned for New Works: Ciné-Roman (films in response to Chris Marker's La Jetée), "3 Minutes in America" is an experimental narrative criss-crossing the continental US. The film presents a romance unfolding amid an array of contemporary phenomena; including vaccine production, basketball games, fracking, and insider trading. A collaboration with photographer Barb Choit.