I’m a journalist, Emmy-nominated video producer and communications specialist. I received my journalism BA with honors from the University of Liverpool. My foundation is in community media, but I’ve worked as a journalist in Egypt, France, United Kingdom and the United States and my writing has been published in the Columbia Journalism Review.
I began my video career as a journalist working in the documentary field. I have since received accolades for producing, editing and filming both fiction and non-fiction pieces. Projects I worked on have shown at film festivals around the world, including Cannes. A short documentary I produced, ‘Ars Magna’, received an Emmy nomination in 2009. I am a strong video editor and enjoy working on professional productions, live broadcasts, conceptual videos, and promotional material.
I made the switch to Public Relations in 2011 and began working for the National Kidney Foundation in New York City. I produce written and audio content, and create video for online and broadcast audiences.
I enjoy projects that are provocative, engaging and attempt to convey information in creative ways. I am available on a freelance basis for producing, editing, writing, shooting and location sound in and around New York City.