Fourteen year-old Janiyah wrestles with her life in New York as her mom tries to move her family out of the shelter system. Queen Latifah x Queen Collective collaboration directed by Haley Anderson.
World Premiere, Tribeca Film Festival 2019
Currently streaming on Hulu
After returning home from a family safari, an aspiring filmmaker turns her lens away from wild animals and onto her mother.
World Premiere, Maryland Film Festival 2019
Series of three videos from Angola and South Sudan with Nicholas Kristof for the New York Times Opinion section.
See directing samples for more narrative editing work.
Shot by Academy Award-nominated director Richard Rowley and scored by Modest Mouse’s Joe Plummer, Rejectors is about a violent crew with an unexpected main calling: brutalizing Nazis. New recruit Hector, a 20-year-old outcast, finds himself torn between his allegiance to the Rejectors and a past he can’t escape. Loosely based on modern-day anti-racist action groups.
Official Selection, HollyShorts Film Festival
Official Selection, Lighthouse International Film Festival
10 aliens in human host bodies learn how to be men. Graduate thesis short directed by Joseph Sackett at Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Film. (trailer here; screener upon request)
World Premiere, Slamdance Film Festival
Official Selection, Florida Film Festival
Official Selection, Atlanta Film Festival
Official Selection, Festival Les Intergalactiques
It turns out that Agatha’s mom is still too crazy for a family celebration, but the show must happen. A surreal dramatic short directed by Anna Alekhina at Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Film. (screener upon request)
A struggling musician has a hysteric pregnancy after cheating on her wife. Feature film directed by Maria Dyer, Dean’s Fellow, NYU Tisch School of the Arts. (in post-production)