Working across film and sound, I explore the ways alternative narratives can be found through the rearrangement of fragmented ones. I collaborate with family often, and consider my work as both an act of record-keeping as well as a process of translation, following the ways culture and identity can be reimagined across generations and landscapes.

I worked as a community practitioner and affordable housing advocate for over a decade before beginning my first feature-length film, JADDOLAND, which was awarded five festival awards, including an IFP Independent Spirit Award in 2020.