I’m a London-based filmmaker, photographer, producer, and writer with a documentary-led
practice, adopting this beautiful old town permanently from New York City. 
 I care deeply about creating stories that resonate with audiences, love using
technology as a means for emotional storytelling, and am often
tinkering with one of my analog cameras or finding new ways to play with 360º video.

I’ve produced, shot, and edited film and photography work for corporates, non-profits, startups, brands, and publications such as The British Heart Foundation, HSBC, Astra Zeneca, Thames Water, Criteo, Divido, Conde Nast, MasterCard, Time Out New York, and Zagat Guide. My documentary film “Blood and Ink (Dugo at Tinta)”, on indigenous tattooist Apo Whang-Od, won Best Documentary at Kerry Film Festival, qualifying for the Academy Awards as a selection for DOC NYC.


SOAS, University of London: "Representing The Philippine Cordillera" - 2018
DOC NYC (Academy Award-qualifying), New York, NY - 2017
Kerry Film Festival, Killarney, Ireland (Winner: Best Documentary)- 2017
BBC: In Other Words - 2017
BFI Southbank: Listen to Britain 2017 - 2017
Lost Format Independent Women Film Festival - 2017
Short Sighted Cinema: The Shortest Nights - 2017
Festival de Cannes, Court Métrage - 2017
Fastnet Film Festival, Cork, Ireland - 2017
Bertha DocHouse, London - 2016
Zagat - 2015
Time Out New York - 2014, 2015
TIME - 2013
Markets Media - 2011, 2012

Master of Arts (M.A.) Documentary Film, with Distinction • University of the Arts London, 2017
 Photography & Digital Imaging • Pratt Institute, New York, NY, 2013