Let's Bike New York!

 

As Communications Manager at Bike New York, I produced this explainer video to introduce middle schoolers to cycling in NYC. This video is a cornerstone of Bike New York's bike safety assembly program, which is available at no cost to all New York City schools. (2018)

 

Credits: Producer, writer, director, designer, editor, select videography

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, Philadelphia, and Chicago. (2016)

Credits: Producer, videographer, editor

It's Smart To Be Dense

 

I worked on this video for Streetfilms in collaboration with the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy. Here's how ITDP summarizes the topic:

 

Urban density is fundamental principle of sustainable development. Density supports economic and creative vibrancy, social integration, and a healthy, environmental sustainable development model. As the world’s population continues to urbanize, our cities have two options for growth: densify or sprawl. The private-car dependent sprawl model of the 20th century must change, and move away from a reliance on private cars, to accommodate a more populous, and more prosperous world. Watch the video the learn more about the benefits of dense urban development, and how to choose a future full of vibrant, sustainable cities. It’s smart to be dense! (2015)

 

Credits: Illustrator, motion graphics and text designer, editor