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New Hope Rondo (2024)

New Hope, PA, has a well-earned reputation for being a quirky bastion of acceptance, but recent real estate developments threaten to change the town's queer bohemian culture. But New Hope is no stranger to cycles of displacement: the shift from industry to tourism in the early 20th Century transformed the town seemingly overnight; and the displacement of the Lenape people centuries earlier ended a 16,000 year period of indigenous stewardship. Weaving interviews together with centuries of archival materials, New Hope Rondo explores how gentrification has shaped this idyllic haven on the Delaware, for better and for worse.

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Fannie Lou Hamer's America (2022)

Fannie Lou Hamer's America explores and celebrates the lesser-known life of a Mississippi sharecropper-turned-human-rights-activist and one of the Civil Rights Movement’s greatest leaders. Through the layering of audio recordings and archival video footage of her powerful speeches, soul-stirring songs and impassioned pleas for equal rights, Fannie Lou Hamer tells her extraordinary story in her own words.

Winner, 38th IDA Documentary Awards, Best TV Feature Documentary or Mini-Series. Winner, 29th Vision Awards - The National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications, Documentary.

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I Snuck Off The Slave Ship (2019)


"Drawn out of the muck of America by Lonnie Bradley Holley Sr., a self-taught African American Artist,” this film accompaniment to Holley’s song I Snuck Off the Slave Ship adds a new frequency to Afrofuturist time travel. Shot around Lonnie’s home in Atlanta, GA., I Snuck Off the Slave Ship is the first time Holley, an acclaimed visual artist and musician, directs a film. Built from the scraps of his life and hard sci-fi alterna-realities, the short film is an assemblage of Lonnie’s encounters with the slave ship “America” and a testament to imagination as resistance."

Select Festivals / Screenings: 
Sundance Film Festival, Criterion Channel, McEvoy Arts Foundation, San Francisco ,BAM CinemaFest, BlackStar Film Festival, Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University, New Orleans Film Festival, Atlanta Flim Festival, Cosmic Awakening at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, WOMEX Festival, Finland


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LWCF: Protecting Our Land and Water (2018)

Director, Cinematographer, Editor, Composer

A series of five web videos advocating for protection of public lands in Florida, shot on location in St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, Canaveral National Seashore, Tallahassee's Lafayette Heritage Park, Juniper Springs, and Kissimmee Lakefront Park. Produced for Florida Conservation Voters in 2018 and used for their #LoveFlorida social media campaigns to influence environmental legislation.

Video Playlist

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Oulaya's Wedding (2017)


Oulaya’s Wedding is an intimate portrait of a family of artists and their court of extended friends and peripheral misfits, who lovingly navigate the emotional and logistical maelstrom of a week-long Sahraoui wedding. Presented are candid and sincere ontological accounts on art and identity by the residents, hosts, guests and musicians who make these weddings a foundation of Sahraoui culture.

Select Screenings / Festivals:
F.A.M.E. Festival, Paris, Anthology Film Archives, NYC, Northwest Film Forum, Seattle
ATA San Francisco, New School NYC / World Music Institute, Alliance Francaise, Accra, Ghana
DokStation Festival, Bucharest, Romania, Caucasus All Frequency Festival, Kakheti, Georgia, Kirtimų Kultūros Centras, Vilnius, Lithuania, Mawaheb Festival, St. Petersburg, Russia


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Following the Music in a Changing Mongolia (2016)


As climate change threatens nomadic farming practices in Mongolia’s rural areas, a younger generation moves to the city looking for new opportunities.


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AQUIFERious: Enter the Springs (2016)

Directer, Cinematographer, Editor, Composer

"Motivated by a passion for the secret world of Florida's springs, a group of painters, cave divers, photographers, and cartographers unite in their shared curiosity about Florida's aquifer. Produced with painter and advocate Margaret Tolbert, AQUIFERious is an exploration of the mysteries of water that permeate Florida's landscape."

Screened at the Thomas Center in Gainesville as part of Margaret Tolbert's fine art exhibition of the same name.



Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition: Glades to Gulf (2015)

Videographer And Producer

Produced and shot a series of three web videos for National Geographic while following an expedition team trekking 900 miles from the Everglades to the Gulf Coast of Florida.


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The Light In The Everglades (2014)

Director, Cinematographer, Editor, Composer

"Florida has a self esteem problem. While painters around the world have flocked to so-called 'iconic' sites like Yellowstone National Park, Florida's Everglades have long been considered a place 'suitable only for the haunt of noxious vermin or resort of pestilential reptiles.' Shot on location in the Florida Everglades, this short film follows four painters as they set out to capture the subtle charm and wild beauty of the place that they call home - before it's gone forever."

Official Selection, Lookout Wild Film Festival


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