For latest projects visit Storyline.media. Here is a sample of long term and multi-platform projects:
In rural New Brunswick, Canada an indigenous community and non-native locals have dared to challenge one of today’s most powerful forces: the wildly lucrative oil and gas boom sweeping North America. When a Texas energy company began searching for natural gas, these unlikely warriors united to try to drive out the company — and the Canadian police — in an ongoing campaign to protect their land and water. This is an intimate peek behind the scenes of what The Guardian has called “the frontline of a democratic fight.”
The show is available for touring. Click here for info.
Role: produce, direct, cinemotography, photography
Sandy Storyline is a participatory documentary that collects and shares stories about the impact of Hurricane Sandy on our neighborhoods, our communities and our lives.
Sandy Storyline features audio, video, photography and text stories — contributed by residents, citizen journalists, and professional producers–that are shared through an immersive web documentary and interactive exhibitions.
Role: EP, direct, DP, photography
HOUSING IS A HUMAN RIGHT is a creative storytelling project connecting diverse communities around housing, land, and the dignity of a place to call home.
The project offers a growing collection of intimate, viscerally honest narratives exploring the complex fabric of community and the human right to housing and land, painting a living portrait of human rights.
Stories are recorded in sound in the tradition of oral history and shared as audio stories, photographs and multimedia across multiple platforms-including interactive exhibitions in unconventional spaces & broadcasts via traditional and new media outlets.
Housing is a Human Right accepts commissions to record stories and develop content for exhibitions, campaigns, organizations and institutions. email us at info (@) housingisahumanright.org.
Download the HOME mixtape produced by Housing is a Human Right & Nomadic Wax: