The Ibrahim Brothers

When the Ibrahim family received approval from the UN to immigrate to the U.S. as refugees, they were elated. Struggling to find housing in the city, they received Section 8 housing in Jefferson, a rural Oregon agricultural town. Using their athletic ability, they adapted to life in a conservative pocket of the U.S., and built community through running.

Director / Editor / Camera 2

Love Austin Music Month: Mohammad Firoozi

For KUTX.

On The Other Side

A Citizen On The Frontlines

For KUT’s La Frontera.

'We Took An Oath'

Love Austin Music Month: Gold Rush Vinyl

For KUTX Artist of the Month.

Bettyjo Griffiths: Street Roots Vendor of the Year

Made for Street Roots newspaper / Videographer, Editor, Producer

Philosophy for Children in the Borderlands

Created for the Philosophy for Children in the Borderlands educational program / El Paso, TX 2016 / Videographer, Editor

Joni

Produced for Story Arc Workshop 2016, Portland, Ore. / Co-producer, Editor

Journey of Jeopardy: Removable by Law

Videographer, editor, writer.

Produced as part of a larger multimedia project called Journey of Jeopardy. Accompanying written story found here.

The Pond Life Chose Me

Videographer, editor, producer

http://scienceandmemory.uoregon.edu/

Oregonians Rally to Protect Refugees and Immigrants

Created in collaboration with the nonprofits Voz Hispana and Milenio / Videographer, editor / Action makes a difference. On February 1st, hundreds of protesters traveled to the Oregon State Capitol to urge legislators to take action against Trump's recent travel ban and anti-immigrant policies.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4AFHrYiyLQ

When I Play Piano, I See Stories

Photographer, creative director, editor