I'm a New York City-based documentary filmmaker and non-fiction storyteller. I tell stories about identity and social change.
My work has covered social and political movements, race and ethnicity, gender, economic inequality, health care and tech.
I earned my B.A. from Columbia University, and an M.A. in Journalism from New York University, with a concentration in Documentary Film. My thesis documentary, School of Yoga, screened at the 2015 DOC NYC film festival student showcase, and my student-produced PBS NewsHour feature on gender parity efforts in Senegalese government was awarded the 2015 National Mark of Excellence Award by the Society of Professional Journalists.
From 2014 - 2018 I was a Producer at CNN, where I created, produced and directed acclaimed original digital video series, documentaries and multimedia interactives, including The Feminist on Cellblock Y, Women Who March, Women Who March: The Movement, This Is Birth with Lisa Ling, This Is Sex with Lisa Ling, Unstereotyped and the Emmy-nominated Feeding America's Most Vulnerable Children.
In 2018, I founded my non-fiction film production company, Cocomotion Pictures.