Everyone has a story, but not all stories are represented equally. I work to bring forgotten and underrepresented experiences to the public eye. After spending time working in Haiti, Uganda, and with my own family, I have come to understand that true empathy means hearing a person speak and elevating their voice, as opposed to telling their stories for them. I live and work with the hope of building a freer world, and representing its lost voices through every story I tell. I do all of this with the ultimate goal of using film as a tool to make these stories more accessible, thereby reducing the translation cost of listening and public empathy.
I am a recent graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) film department and I would love to talk to you about your project ideas.
Criticism is always welcome. I am constantly looking for new ideas and ways of approaching projects. Feel free to contact me.