Open Space New media Documentary

"I so appreciate the 10 working principals that the authors lay out for open space collaborative new media: especially how media teams can collaborate, test, adapt, and reconfigure their horizontal decision-making processes, and how to shift focus away from the finished product to a more responsive process." 

- Wesley Hogan
Director, Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University 


"This film poignantly conveys the fundamental role of food in our lives, far beyond just physical health effects, extending to matters of choice, respect, and belonging.  It invokes the bold wisdom of Margaret Mead- that a small group of concerned citizens can change the world, or at least their corner of it.  And it reminds us that we all have skin in this game- the skin of our children.  It is moving and motivating, practical and philosophical, inspirational- and aspirational.  I recommend it highly." 

- David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP
Director, Yale University Prevention Research Center at Griffin Hospital, President, American College of Lifestyle Medicine

"Lunch Love Community brings it all together. It reminds us that food is about housing; food is about jobs; food is about justice. This film is a vivid and visually rich presentation of how we ensure the health of our society by nurturing children with good food in schools."

- Ivy Ken, PhD
Associate Professor of Sociology, The George Washington University

"Lunch Love Community reveals the transformative power of progressive food politics...This film holds valuable lessons for parents, professionals, and policymakers interested in how to grow social change from the ground up."

- Timothy D. Lytton, JD
Professor of Law, Georgia State University, Author, Kosher: Private Regulation in the Age of Industrial Food

The Gender Chip Project

"A probing, eye-opening unpacking of the equation women and science that rocks preconceptions and twists open unexpected gendered issues about math, medicine, technology and engineering."

- Patricia R. Zimmermann, PhD
Professor of Cinema and Photography, Ithaca College

"Insightful. Highly recommended with great potential for use in many collections. Beneficial to teachers, guidance counselors and school administrators [and to] those who have the obligation of developing gender neutral curricula."

- Educational Media Reviews Online

2018-2019 Presentations
+ Invited artist residencies


Workshop co-designer and presenter, Visible Evidence 2019 Documentary Conference

Featured speaker, Face To Face 2019 International Documentary Education Forum, Communication University of Zhejiang, Hangzhou, China

Presenter, Getting Real Conference 2018, The International Documentary Association, Los Angeles 

Invited artist, Fulbright Specialist Residency 2018 in Digital Media and Design at University of Vidzeme, Valmiera, Latvia

 Workshop designer and presenter, Shapeshifting Documentaries: A Toolkit for Filmmakers, Berkeley Film Foundation