I’m a video producer and documentary filmmaker based in New York City. Welcome to my video portfolio website; it features some of my favorite projects from recent years.
I’m currently a staff producer at ABC News, where I produce and shoot two digital shows. Previously, I produced, filmed and edited investigative videos for Reuters. I’ve produced work for the BBC, CBS News, RAI International,the Columbia Journalism Review, and several NGOs. I’m also an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where I teach video storytelling and digital media skills.
I began my career by moving to Kosovo when I was 23 years old. Together with my best friend, Christopher Bobyn, I directed, filmed and edited “Two Summers in Kosovo,” (2010) a feature-length documentary about Kosovo’s frozen conflict with Serbia. Ultimately, “Two Summers” received the prestigious grant for emerging artists from the Canada Council for the Arts and was an official entry in several European film festivals in 2010.
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Film Studies and History from Queen’s University, Canada, and a Master’s degree in Digital Media from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.