"The Life She Deserves: Medical Marijuana in the United States" is a new documentary short film from Brookings that provides an intimate portrait of Jennifer Collins and her family's struggle to find a treatment to control her debilitating epilepsy.

I was director of photography & colorist on this piece.


Lawfare began in 2010 as a small blog run by three friends: Robert Chesney, Jack Goldsmith, and Benjamin Wittes. The site's inaugural post set out the three scholars' vision for what was then a labor of love: "We mean to devote this blog to that nebulous zone in which actions taken or contemplated to protect the nation interact with the nation's laws and legal institutions."

I was the editor & director of photography on this piece.

A series of three short documentaries in partnership with Community Foodworks, about the benefits of farmers markets on food access, sustainability, and community.

I was the director, cinematographer, editor, and colorist of this series.

A promotional documentary, discussing the value of an integrated study in nature, science, and art. The nature lab in Providence, RI allows students to have an unmediated experience with the designs and forms of nature.

I was the director, cinematographer, editor, and colorist of this series.

What happens when a conservative president makes a liberal professor from the Ivy League his top urban affairs adviser? The president is Richard Nixon, the professor is Harvard's Daniel Patrick Moynihan. Of all the odd couples in American public life, they are probably the oddest.

I was the director of photography and colorist on this piece.

 
 

Drought continues to wreak havoc in the American west, especially in places like Lake Mead. The impact of climate change plays itself out in the water arena says Brookings Senior Fellow Pat Mulroy, former general manager of the Southern Nevada Water Authority.

I was the colorist on this piece.