I am a video journalist who believes that narrative storytelling—with the personal, often emotional connections it builds between subjects and their audiences—can play a unique and vital role in bringing about social change. With my videos, I try to explore the roots of racial and economic injustices through the people who live under them every day.
As the current Multimedia Editor at The Nation magazine, I have worked on projects with seasoned reporters on topics ranging from pollution in Northern California, to undocumented immigrant activists in North Carolina, to racial profiling in New York City. I have also had the privilege to interview some of the most prominent progressive thinkers working today, such as the Rev. Jesse Jackson, Ai-jen Poo and Jeremy Scahill.
This site showcases some of my favorite videos, but there are many more on the VideoNation channel.
If you would like to be in touch about tips, videos or your own story ideas, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org