Outreach Coordinator

2018 Academy Award Nominee - Best Feature Documentary

2019 Peabody Award - WINNER - Documentary

2019 Emmy Award Nominee - Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special

Sundance Film Festival - WINNER - Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Filmmaking

Three young men bond together to escape volatile families in their Rust Belt hometown. As they face adult responsibilities, unexpected revelations threaten their decade-long friendship.

Director: Bing Liu

Producer: Diane Quon

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STORMY AND THE ADMIRALS (in post-production)


A short documentary about a group of elderly feminists living in a senior apartment building in Chicago called The Admiral who decide to support Stormy Daniels by going to see her strip at a gentleman's club - also called The Admiral.

Director: Dan Rybicky

Co-Editor: Aaron Wickenden



Associate Editor

A documentary series about the badass activists keeping the government out of your uterus

In a dangerously polarized political climate, Lady Parts Justice, led by The Daily Show’s co-creator Lizz Winstead, barnstorms the country with a boots-on-the-ground strategy to support abortion providers and reproductive rights, using comedy as the ultimate weapon to mobilize voters towards the 2018 elections.

Directed by Ruth Leitman

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ANY GIVEN DAY (in production)

Associate Producer | Assistant Editor

Three people caught in the system:
An inside look at Chicago’s mental health crisis

Currently in production, Margaret Byrne's (RAISING BERTIE, 2016)  feature documentary ANY GIVEN DAY examines the systemic roots of the mental health crisis in Chicago and the human impact policies have for those living with mental illness and their families. We intimately follow the lives of Daniel, Angela, and Dimitar, three defendants that pled into the Mental Health Court Program in Cook County, a diversionary probation program that provides court mandated treatment and a chance to expunge your record. Through their stories we also meet Judge Edidin and her mental health court team who work to ensure participants graduate with the treatment and individual support they need to be successful.

Directed by Margaret Byrne



Outreach Coordinator

Raising Bertie is an intimate six year portrait of three African American boys growing into adulthood in rural North Carolina, exploring complex relationships between generational poverty, educational inequity, and race.

Directed by Margaret Byrne


SAABA (2017)

Production Assistant

This new six-part digital docu-series explores a community-based attempt to fight violence in Burkina Faso in the Sahel region of West Africa. Each episode profiles a community member in the small town of SAABA: a police officer, a Muslim cleric, a leader of a vigilante security group, a women's activist, and the tribal chief. The final episode follows everyone as they come together to build security and resilience in a community on the border of Boko Haram and ISIS strongholds in West Africa. The series is an honest, authentic, people-centered view of a peace-building effort in an area drawing increasing international attention for its role in combating violent extremism.

Directed by Brandon Kramer
Produced by
Lance Kramer
Executive produced by
Katy Chevigny

A Co-Production of Meridian Hill Pictures and Big Mouth Productions



Director of Photography | Editor | Sound Recordist | Associate Producer

Life in Strides tells the story of Jake, a young man with autism, who has become a champion in therapeutic horseback riding. Jake’s mother Joanne has been by his side throughout his riding career, helping her son stay calm on his horse. Now, Jake is put to the test as he enters his most difficult competition yet, where the circumstances are far outside either Jake or Joanne’s control.


THE CELINE ARCHIVE (in post-production)

Sound Recordist

In 1932, wife, mother, sister, and Filipina American Celine Novarro was buried alive by her community in Northern California.

Directed by Celine Parrenas Shimizu