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THE RIVER GUARDS (short documentary, January 2020)

Faced with the enormous environmental and health crisis of a contaminated river and city,

"The River Guards" tells the intimate story of a dedicated community of grassroots activists

fighting against corporate negligence and government bureaucracy for over 30 years,

and how they are dealing with the uncertain future.

World Premiere: 2020 DC Environmental Film Fest

Press: WAMC Interview

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THE PRISON FARM (The Hill, October 2021)

There are nearly 300 abandoned prisons littering the United States. An innovative program in North Carolina shows how turning them into sustainable farms can make them productive and help solve the incarceration crisis at the same time


How Detroit residents are building their own internet (The Hill, May 2021)

Faced with a stark digital divide, Detroit community groups are mobilizing to build an internet network block by block


Client: Wildlands Network
We created a short documentary to illustrate the work Wildlands Network has been doing
in eastern North Carolina to help protect the red wolf. 

MAN ON THE MOUNTAIN (short documentary, 2019)

Client: Discovery, Inc.

Billy Gene Ellis is the oldest fire lookout in the US. Every day, the 87-year-old makes the trek

to the top of Devil's Head Fire Tower and scans the horizon for hours. It's a hard job, but not a lonely one. 


Produced as part of the Earth Is My Office series.


Client: Discovery, Inc.

Heather North is the Oyster Restoration Specialist for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation,

where she is helping to restore the oyster population - a critical component of the ecosystem.

Produced as part of the Earth Is My Office series.

Mapping the feeling of touch into the brains of subjects with paralysis (The Hill, July 2021)

Cutting-edge technology enables people to "feel" with prosthetic limbs they move remotely with their brains.


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