MINING PHOSPHORUS

Official Selection Sarasota Film Festival 2019, Official Selection Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival 2018, Official Selection Environmental Film Festival at Yale 2019, Official Selection Orlando Film Festival 2018, Official Selection Cinema Verde Film Festival 2019

2018 - 19 Min - English
Director / Producer / Editor / DP

Finalist for the 2018 Student Academy Awards

Phosphorus, the most critical element in modern agriculture, has been acquired through phosphate strip mining in Florida for over a century, but Florida’s phosphate is quickly running out. A new source of phosphate is discovered in North Florida. Local land owners are determined to mine it, but environmentalists vow to stop them before they can begin.

 

 

HALE

2017 - 23 Min - English
Cinematographer

2017 Student Academy Awards Winner

A film about early disability rights pioneer Hale Zukas.

 

 

 

2017 - 21 Min - Vietnamese
Editor

Broadcast nationwide in Vietnam on VTV.

A TV movie about Vietnamese actor Phan Anh's work to end the illegal rhino horn trade in Vietnam.

 

 

POSH CORPS

2013 - 75 Min - English
Director / Producer / Editor / DP

Screened at universities around the country and at USAID HQ and Peace Corps HQ.

A feature documentary about the modern Peace Corps experience.

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