DOCUMENTARY FILM & BROADCAST TV
Co-Producer, "The Man Behind Silicon Valley" (in-progress)
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, The Film Posse/WGBH, Boston, MA. A history of Silicon Valley told through the story of Robert Noyce, co-inventor of the microchip and co-founder of Fairchild Semiconductor and Intel.
Director/Producer, Lorraine Hansberry Documentary Project (in-progress) The Film Posse, Boston, MA. Developing and producing this transmedia digital humanities storytelling project featuring the first feature-length documentary about A Raisin in the Sun playwright Lorraine Hansberry and interactive website.
Business Affairs Manager, "The Illusion of Time"
THE FABRIC OF THE COSMOS, The Film Posse for WGBH/NOVA, Boston, MA. Series broadcasts November 2011.
ROOTS OF HEALTH, The Film Posse for Linda Harrar Productions, Boston, MA.
Director/Co-Producer, “When the Bough Breaks”
UNNATURAL CAUSES, The Film Posse for Vital Pictures, Boston, MA. Series honors include 2009 duPont Columbia University Silver Baton.
Director/Producer, "Building the Alaska Highway"
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, The Film Posse (formerly Diner Media)/WGBH, Boston, MA. The highest rated episode of the strand’s 2004-2005 season.
GREATER BOSTON ARTS, WGBH Boston Media Productions, Boston, MA.
Director/Writer/Producer, “The Story We Tell”
RACE: The Power of an Illusion, California Newsreel, San Francisco, CA.
ADRIFT, Night Train Pictures, Boston, MA.
Director/Writer/Producer, “Bright Like a Sun” and “The Dream Keepers”
I’LL MAKE ME A WORLD: A CENTURY OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN ARTS, Blackside, Boston, MA. Series honors include George Foster Peabody Award and Organization of American Historians Erik Barnouw Award.
Associate Producer, “We Have a Plan”
Researcher, “Mean Things Happening”
THE GREAT DEPRESSION, Blackside, Boston, MA. Series honors include Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Silver Baton.
DISCOVER: THE WORLD OF SCIENCE, The Chedd-Angier Production Company, Watertown, MA. Researched, developed and produced science segments for public television series hosted by Peter Graves.
EDUCATIONAL, ONLINE, EXHIBIT & CHILDREN'S MEDIA
A BAKER'S DOZEN: 13 ESSENTIAL DONUT STORIES (in progress)
The Film Posse. An interactive exhibit and web-based work-in-progress that explores material culture, history, art, business, race and food consumption through engaging adventures into the world of doughnuts.
RACE: Are We So Different?, Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN/American Anthropological Association, Arlington, VA. Seven-minute hosted introduction video for traveling exhibit.
Director/Writer/Producer, Henry Hampton Remembrances
EYES ON THE PRIZE (DVD), PBS Video, Arlington, VA. Developed and produced a 15-minute video from an interview with the late executive producer and Blackside, Inc. founder for inclusion on the series DVD release.
CONFESSIONS OF A SKATING ADDICT, The Film Posse (formerly Diner Media) for WGBH's Boston Media Productions.
CAPTIVE PASSAGE: The Transatlantic Slave Trade & the Making of the Americas, Northern Light Productions, Inc., Boston, MA/The Mariners’ Museum, Newport News, VA. Six-minute exhibit video plus audio presentations.
EVOLVING IDEAS: Videos for Students, Educational Productions, WGBH, Boston, MA. Seven short videos for videotape and web streaming based on the Evolution public television series; a 2002 Telly Award winner.
THINKING BIG, Educational Productions, WGBH. Twelve-minute video for middle school students based on the Building Big public television series.
Exhibit Videos on Martin Luther King, Jr., Northern Light Productions and National Park Service, Harpers Ferry, WV. Six exhibit videos for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Visitors Center in Atlanta, GA. Honors include CINDY Gold Medal and Worldfest Houston International Film and Video Festival Gold Award, and National Educational Media Network Film & Video Competition Silver Apple Award.
Production Manager, “Play Date”
SESAME STREET, Mark Harris for Children’s Television Workshop, New York, NY.
CONSTITUTION’S UNFINISHED BUSINESS, WITF (PBS), Harrisburg, PA.
DRAMATIC FEATURE FILM
SCS Films/SCS Communications, New York, NY. Identified domestic and foreign properties for development—evaluated scripts, books, films, videos, and works-in-progress. Coordinated contact with agents, producers, writers, and directors. Monitored Uganda production of Mississippi Masala and assisted in post-production and delivery to distributor.
Cinecom Entertainment/SCS Communications, New York, NY. Identified properties for acquisition. Projected 35mm films for in-house screenings.
Art Department Coordinator
MISSISSIPPI MASALA for Masala Films/Mirabai Films, Greenwood, MS & New York, NY. Managed the art department's administration and budget, conducted research and purchased materials for director Mira Nair's drama. Aided in set construction, prop creation, painting, and set dressing. Also served as member of second-unit; served as female lead’s driving double; and assisted unit photographer.