I’m an award-winning documentary filmmaker and editor with passion for non-fiction films and video, short or long form.
My most recent film is the Ford Foundation funded, Nothing Without Us: The Women Who Will End AIDS, due to be released in November 2017. My documentary, Vieques: Worth Every Bit of Struggle, (2005) won Best Documentary at the New Vision Award from New Screen TV. Previous work includes The Most Unknowable Thing (2000) was selected as part of The New Documentaries series at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. It was nominated for a International Documentary Association Achievement Award and was awarded Outstanding Documentary Feature in Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and Washington DC lesbian and gay film festivals.
My collaborations include Abigail Child (Acts and Intermissions, Shape of Error, On the Downlow and Surf and Turf), Soledad O’Brien and Starfish Media Group (Revisiting Haiti and Heroin, USA), Tania Cypriano (Grandma Has a Video Camera), Diller + Scofidio, Asia Society, 651/Brooklyn Academy of Music, Vanguard Films, Univision, University of Massachusetts and USAID.
I am a longtime instructor at the School of Visual Arts in the MFA Photo, Video and Related Media Department, and a two-time recipient of an Artist Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts.