I am am director and producer, and this blog is an opportunity for me to share my thoughts on storytelling, television and other media.
Most recently, I directed season 2 of the Emmy-nominated series The World According to Jeff Goldblum for Disney+. Additionally, I was the showrunner of the James Beard award-winning Netflix series Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, the Netflix food/travel series based on the best-selling book by Samin Nosrat, and I produced Iconoclasts for Sundance and Oprah Presents Masterclass for OWN, both of which won NAACP Image awards.
I am proud to serve a second term on the board of directors of New York Women in Film and Television to support the careers of women in the entertainment industry. My commercial reel is part of #FreetheWork, which advocates on behalf of women directors for equal opportunities to bid on commercial jobs in the global advertising industry. And I am a member of the Directors Guild of America and Emmy Television Academy.
I’ve worked in television, advertising and web media for over twenty years, producing shows for Netflix, ABC primetime, Discovery Channel, Disney+, Esquire Network, Animal Planet, OWN, ESPN, MTV, and The Sundance Channel. I’ve provided content for such distinguished clients as NASA, IBM, Gucci, Ford Motor Company, Nike, Kelloggs, AMC, The Rockwell Group, Gillette, Budlight and Grey Goose.
Working with both verité and interview-driven approaches, my strength is telling character-driven stories featuring wide-ranging subject matter including science, business, entertainment, sports, and fashion.
I have crafted narratives as diverse as “Mission Juno,” which documented NASA’s probe to Jupiter, crafted narratives as diverse as Mission Juno, documenting NASA’s probe to Jupiter, Talking Dead, the hit show for AMC, and San Quentin Film School, a six-part documentary series for Discovery Channel following nine prisoners during the first ever film making class in prison.
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