(In production) Four extraordinary ordinary women run for Congress, battling powerful political machines in very different American landscapes.
The Hand That Feeds
(2014) Shy sandwich-maker Mahoma Lopez unites his undocumented immigrant coworkers to fight abusive conditions at a popular New York restaurant chain. The epic power struggle that ensues turns a single city block into a battlefield in America’s new wage wars.
Gods and Kings
(2012) At a festival in a sleepy Guatemalan mountain town, traditional dances are disrupted by an eerie spectacle where horror movie monsters dance beside Maya gods and Cold War dictators.
Birds of Passage
(2009) A lyrical journey through the creative process and the everyday struggles of two young songwriters in Uruguay.
Ethnography of No Place / Empathics
(2008-2014) A series of mock documentaries about an imaginary, feminist, do-it-yourself utopia.
City of Movement
(2016) A ten minute archival collage of 100+ years of New York City social movements, now playing on infinite loop in the Museum of the City of New York's Activist New York exhibition.
Take 5: The New Fight for Voting Rights
(2016) A 6 minute introduction to America's new battle over Voting Rights, commissioned by the Sundance Now Doc Club.
(2007) In the isolated hill towns of the Dominican Republic, cacao farmers have been fighting a losing battle with the global economy for as long as anyone can remember. But in Loma Guaconejo, things are about to change.
Changing the Food Chain
(2014) a collaboration between The Hand That Feeds and Food Chain Workers Alliance, this interactive map enables community engagement with organizations that support workers in the food system across the United States.
Nuns on the Bus: crowdfunding trailer
(2017) Viral fundraising trailer for a feature documentary by Melissa Regan.
(2016) Series of 8 branded documentaries created by Vox Creative for The Museum of Food and Drink, Eater and Infiniti
Chocolate Country (Viewchange version)
(2010) This short adaptation was a winner in the LinkTV ViewChange Contest for Short Films on Social Justice.
5 Minute ViewChange Version
This short adaptation won the Empowerment prize in the 2010 ViewChange Film Contest, created by LinkTV to highlight progress toward the UN Millenium Goals.
"The Death and Life of Occupy"
12 September 2012
"The End of Indie?"
26 November 2010
"What's Up Silverdocs?"
20 July 2007
15 December 2004
Director / Producer / Cinematographer
Director / Producer / Editor
Feature documentary in post-production directed by Cynthia Lowen (Bully, 2011)
NETIZENS follows targets of online harassment as they confront digital abuse and strive for equality and justice online.
(2016) Introduction to a new design space in Brooklyn created by Sterling Rain Projects LTD for MIni and A/D/O