Hello, I’m a filmmaker and multimedia producer that specializes in video journalism, animated explainer content, social media video and motion graphics.
I work as a Senior Multimedia producer for the University of California. In conjunction with Vox.com, I recently produced several videos in a series known as Climate Lab.
I also do documentary film and in the past my work has screened both internationally at The Queensland Museum in Brisbane, Australia and domestically at The Anthology Film Archives in NYC and The Kinsey Institute in Bloomington, Indiana.
We talk to researchers at UC Davis and UC Riverside to understand what the factors are and how we can select greener options for online shopping.
This project revealed some of the highlights of the 100 Students Project. The goal was to explore what UC would look like if the entire student body was only 100 students
This video runs through the highlights of The University of California’s 150 year history.
By talking to the experts at iFixit and scientists at Livermore National Labs, we look to find better ways to design and recycle our phones.
Safer, cheaper, better-smelling insect repellent is coming thanks to recent research from UC Riverside that lets researchers know what a bug’s nose knows.
When it comes to who identifies as LGBTQ, there's a generation divide in the United States. Studies show between 3 to 4.5 percent of adults identify as LGBTQ - compared to about 8 to 9 percent of teenagers. If only we had an incredibly powerful tool to validate this trend across the population.
We speak with scientists at UC Berkeley and nuclear energy startup Transatomic to explore how new technology could allow for much safer nuclear energy – if we can get over our fears from the past.
UC Irvine Professor Peter Ditto studies human judgment and decision-making. Ditto is fascinated by biases and "motivated reasoning," where people's beliefs and morals influence their interpretation of facts.
What makes a jellyfish glow? For scientists, asking that simple question led to a powerful new tool that’s completely transformed medicine (and won the Nobel!)
This episode looks at research that shows how small changes to our diets can make big differences.
This episode explores why electric scooters were never meant for the sidewalks, but also why sidewalks have evolved to their current form. We speak with UCLA researcher Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris to walk us through this complicated story.
The iron in our blood or the oxygen that we breathe all formed during chemical reactions inside of a star, but when it comes to heavier elements such as gold, a different process might be at play. UC Santa Cruz's Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz has his own theory about where gold comes from in the universe and it may have to do with the spectacular explosions of supernovae.