KEEPERS OF THE GAME
Associate editor for Keepers of the Game,
Flatbush Pictures' Emmy-nominated feature length documentary film about an all-Native American girls' lacrosse team on the Akwasasne Mohawk Territory. The film premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival and is a New York Times Critics’ Pick. It aired on ABC in 2016 and is now available for streaming on Netflix. Lead editor for a series of shorts related to the film which aired on ESPN's SportsCenter.
Lead editor for a series of short documentary films commissioned by the Atlantic Philanthropies to showcase their foundation’s contributions to a variety of social justice issues. Topics included immigration, death penalty reform, elder care, and illegal police surveillance. The films range between 10-20 minutes in length and were produced as a final tribute to the foundation's accomplishments as they close their doors after 35 years of grantmaking.
BLUEPRINT FOR ACCOUNTABILITY
Editor for five documentary film pieces for the Culture Project's 2013 Blueprint for Accountability event. The clips in these films were culled from a wide variety of documentaries on the subject and screened as part of a multi-media panel discussion held at Georgetown University featuring Van Jones, Ron Suskind, Matt Taibbi, and other prominent journalists and politicians. The program was live-streamed via Rolling Stone Magazine's Website, The Huffington Post, and Fora.tv.
CRAZY WISDOM: THE JACK KEROUAC SCHOOL OF DISEMBODIED POETICS
Produced and edited a documentary about The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University. Founded in 1974 by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Gregory Corso, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and many other well known poets, artists, and intellectuals, the school remains a unique haven for writers and spiritual seekers. "Crazy Wisdom" explores the program's history, the integration of buddhism into the writing curriculum, and the inevitable changes the program has undergone over the last 35 years. Distributed through SnagFilms in 2009. Click here to see the entire film.