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Documentary Samples

For over fifty years, Dieter Rams has left an indelible mark on the field of product design and the world at large with his iconic work at Braun and Vitsoe. Rams is a design documentary, but also a rumination on consumerism, materialism, and sustainability.

Rams recalls his childhood fascination with the local funicular. (1:30)

Rams explains the mechanics and philosophy behind Braun’s portable radio/record player. (1:30)

A high school football coach attempts to balance his team's journey
to the State Championship with his teenage son's cancer diagnosis.

An important announcement is made about Austin's prognosis during halftime, and a Saturday afternoon practice reveals Coach Dale's concerns. (3:43)

In the film's closing moments, Coach Dale and his family enjoy a post-championship evening at home. (2:30)

Five voters across the country cast their ballots on November 6th, 2016.

Brenda visits a South Carolina detention center to collect ballots of pre-trial inmates. (3:16)

Brenda visits the home of two senior citizens who fought against South Carolina's voter ID laws. (3:58)


A young woman with a binge-eating disorder is sent to live with her estranged relatives.


Scene 94-98: After a fight with her best friend, a starving and drug-addled Sole seeks comfort. (6:00)


A troubled man returns home to rural Vermont and attempts to build a log cabin,
hoping to prove that he’s capable of leading a more virtuous life.

Scene 8-21: In the continuation of the opening sequence, a lonely and silent Dink revisits the home of his recently deceased father. (4:16)

Scene 35-35: Dink runs into his long-ago love interest at their old stomping ground. (2:34)


Artist Jack Whitten talks to Frieze about his life and work in his Queens studio. (3:25)

For the 2017 Future of StoryTelling Summit. By harnessing the powers of neurotechnology, Justin Sanchez and his team at DARPA have been able to help people overcome paralysis and gain independence. (4:17)

A moody bacchanal music video for singer-songwriter JD McPherson. (4:47)

Editor of Blah Blah Land for L Train Productions. A parody of La La Land, this comedic short was released on Valentine's Day. (7:08)


Interview Sample

Filmed and edited during my time as the Audience Development Associate at The Flea Theater,
located in NYC's Tribeca district.