KQED Arts (PBS affiliate) recently released a new installment of their Behind the Lens documentary series highlighting influential filmmakers from the California. I was the director and cinematographer on this piece about Nijla Mu’min and her new film Jinn. See the full video below and write-up here.
A new documentary series on Native Americans is being produced for PBS and it’s affiliate KQED. I was asked to do cinematography on four short episodes. Here is the first installment:
More to episodes coming soon!
Today was the first public announcement of Berkeley Rep’s next Artistic Director, Johanna Pfaelzer. The New York Times published my photograph to feature the Rep’s next leader with their article! The photo was taken in collaboration with Berkeley Rep and the full article can be seen here — https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/10/theater/berkeley-rep-artistic-director-johanna-pfaelzer.html
NEW EPISODE OUT NOW!
See the award winning short film that I had the pleasure of doing the cinematography for! This film was the first production I did with writer/director, Jehnovah Carlisle. Enjoy! More to come!
I'm so happy to announce that my documentary film, Why the Fools Dance has been selected to screen at the 34th annual Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival! LAAPFF is also an Academy Award qualifying film festival! The world premiere of the film is on May 10th at CGV Cinemas in Los Angeles, California. See more info at the festival's website.