I'm currently a senior video producer with Quartz. In addition to overseeing a team of video journalists, I’ve produced a number of videos - chronicling the rise of drone racing, profiling the roboticist behind Baymax, and explaining why Koreans have two ages.
The story of Replika, the AI that becomes you
Baymax from Big Hero 6 is real. Here's who created him.
Drone racing is now a mainstream sport
Why do Koreans have two different ages?
An Obama campaigner reflects on America's first black president
I headed up NationSwell's video department from 2013-2014. We made short films about people and projects that attempt to make the world better.
Making House Calls, To People Without Homes
This Man Handed out 520,000 Sandwiches on the Streets of Minneapolis Last Year
Grocer to the 9th: One Man's Mission to Rebuild New Orleans's Most Devastated Ward
I co-produced a documentary about Franco "The Great", a street-artist in Harlem who has been painting elaborate murals on the store-front gates around the neighborhood (they are typically covered in graffiti).
The film aired nationwide in 2011 on a show called AfroPop, on PBS World.
125 Franco's Blvd.
I was a video producer at TIME for four years. I was able travel the country and tell some really cool stories. Here are a few of my favorite pieces.
A Day With Daytrotter
Soldiers' Heart-to-Heart: A Story of Reunion and Recovery
The Texas Drought, a Cattle Sell-Off and the Cost of Your Hamburger
Time-lapse: The Rockefeller Christmas Tree Rises and Lights
New York Times
I was an intern in the New York Times video department in 2009. Here are a couple of things I got to do.
Sports: Surviving the Death Race | The New York Times
One, Two, Three Rolls You're Out | The New York Times
Quartz collaborated with Retro Report on a series called What Happens Next. This is a piece I produced on the future of video games.
Gaming Rules Entertainment, but Are We the Ones Being Played? | Retro Report
I helped out on a bunch of Pitchfork shoots when I was in journalism school. This interview of the Loneley Island by Fred Armisen was the most enjoyable. The hardest part was trying to keep the camera still while laughing.
The Lonely Island - Interview
International Reporting Project
While working at TIME, I was given the opportunity to travel abroad with an organization called International Reporting Project. I spent three weeks in Indonesia in 2011, and three weeks in Saudi Arabia in 2012. Here are a few of the videos that came from those trips.