A young woman works to make change on her small island. Supported by grants from National Geographic and Waitt Foundation.
Doggie vision brought to you by Banjo, the best dog in the world. Collaboration with the Washington Post and Anna’s Science Magic Show Hooray. Writer, producer, dog wrangler and on camera
National Geographic sponsored documentary sneak peak. Meet Tekateteke Metai, a young woman who left behind her island in order to help it.
National Geographic Short Film Showcase and Jackson Hole Emerging Filmmaker Finalist. Created as part of the inaugural class of the International Wildlife Film Festival Labs 2017. Lichens are an ancient symbiotic relationship, but what we don’t know will surprise you. Meet the back woods scientists who are unlocking the forest secrets.
Created as part of the International Wildlife Film Festival (IWFF) Labs. Winner of Labs Best of IWFF 2017. Finalist Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. Thanks to Days Edge Productions and the McCutcheon Lab at University of Montana.
As part of a course with the Organization of Tropical Studies in Costa Rica, we created short videos. I was involved in co-directing, co-editing, animation and interviewing. This story features Noemi, a young Peruvian researcher, on a quest to discover the value of secondary growth forest. Thanks to Morgan Heim and Neil Losin from Day's Edge.
A video about my PhD research. I interned with PhD Comics in 2013, to create two videos as part of their PhDetours web series. I helped create the content and direct the shots, as well as play host and scientist. The series usually features the host, Alex Lockwood, traveling around and interviewing science grad students about their research.
I interview a lab mate about her research. I interned with PhD Comics in 2013, to create two videos as part of their PhDetours web series. I helped create the content and direct the shots, as well as play host and scientist.
In 2012 I collaborated with our local KPBS station to create a short radio and television spot for our scientific group.
Life as a scientist
Productions from the United Nations climate conferences
One of the original videos from 2013. We hit the hallways of the conference to see what delegates know about the ocean and climate change. Daily Show style interviews and tongue in cheek remarks on policy.