Anyone Like Me is a documentary project exploring the intersection of Deaf culture and America’s favorite pastime: football. The Gallaudet University Bison of Washington, D.C. are the world’s only collegiate deaf and hard of hearing football team. 90 percent of deaf and hard of hearing individuals are raised in families with no prior knowledge of American Sign Language or Deaf culture. This project follows coach Shelby Bean, 25, a Hard of Hearing man and former Bison team captain. Shelby, along with his players, say before they came to Gallaudet they shared the experience of marginalization for their perceived ‘disability,’ and sports was often the only place they ever felt normal. When Shelby came to Gallaudet as a freshman he didn’t know anything about Deaf culture or ASL, but through the football team he found his place within the culture and his Hard of Hearing identity.

The Faces of Diplomacy exhibit was a commission project between the United States Diplomacy Center at the U.S. Department of State and the Photojournalism department at the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design at the George Washington University. Twelve students were selected from both the M.A. New Media Photojournalism and B.A. Photojournalism programs to create environmental portraits and short video profiles about U.S. Diplomats living and working abroad in Morocco and Spain. The six portraits and videos created will be part of a permanent exhibit at the U.S.D.C. Museum opening in 2018, as well on a touring basis.

A short Facebook-style video created for Greenpeace's 'Save the Bees' campaign in August, 2016. 

A short profile on Elizabeth Shannon, a BFA Photography student at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. February, 2016.

A short profile on Kasey O'Boyle, a Washington, D.C. based painter & muralist. 


31 teenagers, 10 adults and 24 hours without phones, laptops, tablets and devices; what could go wrong? This film was made as a team in the Film & Video class during Putney Student Travels’ Pre-College Amherst program in Amherst, MA in July, 2018.
Instructor & Editor: Mimi d'Autremont

Promotional video created for Washington, D.C. nonprofit DC SCORES at their annual socccer Jamboree. DC SCORES brings youth together to form community soccer leagues and after school programs in writing and community service. This film was produced by Stone Soup Films. I was one of two shooters for the film and worked in an editing team of two. 

Promotional video created for Washington, D.C. nonprofit Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, an arts center for all ages providing engaging, accessible creative outlets for members of the community. Created as a team for the M.A. New Media Photojournalism program in March, 2016.

"Five Things Harder Than Strategic Planning" created for Population Services International's annual staff retreat in 2016.

"Feminist as Fuck" profiles Washington D.C. Burlesque entrepreneur GiGi Holliday.
M.A. New Media Photojournalism team project. Spring 2016.
Producer, Editor & Secondary shooter.