Weather and Chaos: The Work of Edward N. Lorenz (2018)
I produced, wrote, edited, and created visualizations for this documentary about the MIT professor whose work inspired the idea of the "Butterfly Effect". Finalist: Best Short Documentary, Sci-On! Film Festival. Official Selection: American Documentary Film Festival, Philip K. Dick Film Festival, Academia Film Olomouc, Raw Science Film Festival, Lift-Off Global Network Online Documentary Film Festival LabMeCrazy! Science Film Festival, and the China International Conference of Science and Education Producers. It was also shared on MIT's social media.
Ten Years of Raising Readers (2016)

I shot, edited, and created titles/graphics for this video for Raising a Reader Massachusetts, an organization that helps families with young children learn to read together. It was shown at their annual gala.
The Visionists of Boston (2016)
I produced, wrote, edited and shot this documentary as my Master's thesis project, about a mysterious circle of young artists in 1890s Boston. I also created a website for the project. I was invited to screen and discuss it at Northeastern U., Suffolk U., and Harvard, and to write a guest blog for the MIT School of Architecture and Planning.
Mercury Transit at MIT (2016)
I shot the interview portions and edited this video for MIT Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences.
From Mind to Brain: The Story of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT (2015)
I produced, directed, and edited this 30-minute documentary forĀ MITĀ Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences. It screened at the department's 50th anniversary celebration and at the Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association.
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