I am an audiovisual documentarian and digital media artist specializing in digital video, audio, and photography. I work with non-profits, universities, community groups, small businesses, and individuals to tell digital media stories about the complexity and richness of  human experiences. I have worked as an editor, storywriter, and producer on a diversity of digital video and audio projects, and I have also served as a teacher and instructor in digital video production.

Currently, I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico where I am a graduate student in the Department of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico. I am interested in how digital media, documentary, and collaborative ethnography can be used together to ignite public dialogue about social challenges. My research is driven by my interest in transnational advocacy networks, place, space and territory, and migration. I continue to pursue opportunities to work as a digital media producer.