I'm a New York City-based visual storyteller and documentary filmmaker.
My work has covered social and political movements, race and ethnicity, gender, economic inequality, health care, politics and tech. Above all, I'm committed to telling stories at the intersection of identity and social change.
I earned my B.A. from Columbia University, and an M.A. in Journalism at New York University, with a concentration in Documentary Film. My thesis documentary, School of Yoga, screened at the 2015 DOC NYC film festival, 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 NYC-based non-fiction film production company, Cocomotion Pictures.