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Multidisciplinary artist, David Grainger, engages in themes of process, performativity, public art, and universal language with his site specific installation. (2021)



The ongoing environmental clean-up of the Superfund designated Gowanus Canal is good news, but what poisonous consequences have emerged in the process? Flotsam imagines a present where living, working, and playing in or near the Gowanus is not a threat to human and nonhuman health, but also not a result of a corporate or developer takeover of the neighborhood, or an erasure of its past. (2020)


Resist < Record < Repeat


I took portraits of filmmakers at the Women's March on January 21, 2017. Click here to see the whole gallery and read a short essay. (2017) 

Better Bike Share Partnership Video Series


The Better Bike Share Partnership gives cities financial and programmatic support to build equitable and replicable bike share systems. As part of a storytelling effort by the Partnership, I produced a series of vignettes featuring bike share members in Austin, TX, Philadelphia, PA, and Chicago, IL. See the article here. (2016)

Credits: Producer, videographer, editor

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