What's at stake in the war on marijuana?

According to Brookings Fellow John Hudak, it’s time for the federal government to recognize the serious policy risks born from limiting medical marijuana research. 

I was a cinematographer and editor on this piece. 

Shot for The Brookings Institution 

Markets With Purpose: Episode 02

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, and editor on this series.

Shot for Community Foodworks

Humble Fire - "Taliesin"

A music video produced for the band Humble Fire.

Produced with OTHERWISE Productions

I was Director of Photography on this piece.

 

Is America Dreaming?: Understanding Social Mobility

Brookings Fellow Richard Reeves explores inequality and opportunity in America with Legos, using them to explain the chances for economic success of Americans born at the bottom of the economic ladder. Reeves shows the chances that the poorest fifth of Americans have to rise to the top, based on their race, the marital status of their mothers, and their level of education.

I was a cinematographer and editor on this piece. 

Shot for The Brookings Institution

The Nature Lab: From RISD to Emerson

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, and editor on this piece.

Shot for Emerson Preparatory School

Daniel Patrick Moynihan in the Nixon White House

What happens when a conservative president makes a liberal professor from the Ivy League his top urban affairs adviser? Stephen Hess, who was Richard Nixon's biographer and Daniel Moynihan's deputy, recounts the fascinating story.

I was the director of photography on this piece.

Shot for The Brookings Institution 

Can nuclear energy tech address climate change?

Nuclear engineers Leslie Dewan and Mark Massie share their progress on creating safer and more efficient nuclear energy technologies to power the world and address the looming threat of climate change.

I was a cinematographer on this piece.

Shot for The Brookings Institution 

Advanced industries and the U.S. economy

America’s “advanced industries” stand out as an important element for the future of the U.S. economy and they create good jobs in dozens of high-value, high-technology fields. 

I was a cinematographer on this piece.

Shot for The Brookings Institution 

 

 

 For my full video portfolio,   visit my youtube playlist     

For my full video portfolio,  visit my youtube playlist

 

What's at stake in the war on marijuana?
Markets With Purpose: Episode 02
Humble Fire - "Taliesin"
Is America Dreaming?: Understanding Social Mobility
The Nature Lab: From RISD to Emerson
Daniel Patrick Moynihan in the Nixon White House
Can nuclear energy tech address climate change?
Advanced industries and the U.S. economy
 For my full video portfolio,   visit my youtube playlist     
What's at stake in the war on marijuana?

According to Brookings Fellow John Hudak, it’s time for the federal government to recognize the serious policy risks born from limiting medical marijuana research. 

I was a cinematographer and editor on this piece. 

Shot for The Brookings Institution 

Markets With Purpose: Episode 02

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, and editor on this series.

Shot for Community Foodworks

Humble Fire - "Taliesin"

A music video produced for the band Humble Fire.

Produced with OTHERWISE Productions

I was Director of Photography on this piece.

 

Is America Dreaming?: Understanding Social Mobility

Brookings Fellow Richard Reeves explores inequality and opportunity in America with Legos, using them to explain the chances for economic success of Americans born at the bottom of the economic ladder. Reeves shows the chances that the poorest fifth of Americans have to rise to the top, based on their race, the marital status of their mothers, and their level of education.

I was a cinematographer and editor on this piece. 

Shot for The Brookings Institution

The Nature Lab: From RISD to Emerson

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, and editor on this piece.

Shot for Emerson Preparatory School

Daniel Patrick Moynihan in the Nixon White House

What happens when a conservative president makes a liberal professor from the Ivy League his top urban affairs adviser? Stephen Hess, who was Richard Nixon's biographer and Daniel Moynihan's deputy, recounts the fascinating story.

I was the director of photography on this piece.

Shot for The Brookings Institution 

Can nuclear energy tech address climate change?

Nuclear engineers Leslie Dewan and Mark Massie share their progress on creating safer and more efficient nuclear energy technologies to power the world and address the looming threat of climate change.

I was a cinematographer on this piece.

Shot for The Brookings Institution 

Advanced industries and the U.S. economy

America’s “advanced industries” stand out as an important element for the future of the U.S. economy and they create good jobs in dozens of high-value, high-technology fields. 

I was a cinematographer on this piece.

Shot for The Brookings Institution 

 

 

For my full video portfolio,  visit my youtube playlist

 

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