Piece I shot and edited for the National Aquarium. The amount of precision in administering anesthesia and concentration to detail during an almost two hour surgery was really amazing to watch.
Rough cut produced with Kalah Hill, Winter 2012
This picture links to a story I produced for VJMovement, a Netherlands-based online company. Prostitution is not an easy subject to tackle, but too many journalists and NGO’s oversimplify the whole of the sex trade in Southeast Asia to be supplied only by unwilling and/or trafficked women.
Traffickers should be prosecuted and the plight of those women deserves to be heard. However, there are thousands of other women who choose this profession because of the lack of other options to them in the Thai economy. Upward mobility is very difficult, and although there are some who are in it for the easy money, many others feel pressure from their family to provide, and this work allows them to do so.
I hope this piece enlightens another side to the sex economy without seeming to glamorize or gloss over the dark aspects of it.
A short but powerful piece edited for 76words
Here’s a piece I edited for 76words last spring.
This is the first video I shot in March 2009 in Dupont Circle, Washington DC.
This video was produced for Bill Gentile’s Backpack Journalism class at American University and chronicles a few days in the life of the men living at a locked-down shelter in northwest DC.
Shot in March 2010, this protest by the anti-government protestors targeted the Democratic Party’s headquarters and then-Prime Minister Abhisit’s residence. Protestors were unsure of the exact meaning, there’s a good exposition here at the Guardian.