film & video
b. 1996: Chicago, IL; live/work: San Francisco, CA
I graduated from Ithaca College in Upstate New York with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Cinema and Photography Production and Latin American Studies in May of 2018. My work ranges from the documentary study of site-specific economic and environmental concerns in Latin America to narrative inquiries into social realist issues in contemporary domestic American life. The direction of my research continues to be influenced by the Latin@ community as well youth urban mentorship initiatives and nonprofit teaching.
Focusing on issues of land use, class, and globalization, my narrative films have been exhibited most notably at The Cannes Film Festival Court Métrage Short Film Corner and the Binghamton Babylon Film Festival, among others. My video art has been featured in the Ladder exhibition, a pop-up gallery in Upstate New York in 2018, and in Feast Your Eyes at Root Division in San Francisco in 2019.