Director, Cinematographer

An aspiring artist and cosplayer from Puerto Rico must reunite his family to fulfill his destiny —in post-production.

2020 Sundance Institute Documentary Fund Grantee
2018 Enterprise Documentary Fund Grantee
2018-2020 Firelight Media Documentary Lab

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► Co-director, Editor, Cinematographer

Three Brooklyn high school students work to overcoming overwhelming circumstances to get themselves and their classmates into college.

2019 Emmy Nomination, News & Documentary
Watch on PBS America ReFramed
2018 AFI Docs Opening night

The Messy Truth: Ep. 3

► Editor

Before the 2016 presidential election Van Jones visited residents in Gettysburg, PA for a series of intimate conversations with prospective voters. This series garnered over 5 million views and was broadcast by CNN. P + Winner of a 2017 Webby for

Watch all 3 episodes on CNN


Rachel Is

► Cinematographer, Additional Editor

A feature documentary about a family's journey as they struggle to create an independent life for their daughter with developmental disabilities.

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City of Trees

► Editor

A feature documentary about the struggle for good jobs and environmental justice in Washington DC.

City of Trees premiered at the 2015 American Conservation Film Festival (Audience Award Winner), and screened at many other festivals including Full Frame. The film broadcast on PBS America ReFramed and is now available online.
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To be heard

► Co-producer, Co-director, Cinematographer, Editor

A feature length documentary that follows the journey of three best friends as their hopes for the future and the strength of their friendship are put to the ultimate test.

Released to festival and critical acclaim, (NY Times critics pick) it won awards at several film festivals including DOCNYC, SIFF, Nantucket, Sarasota and others. Originally aired on PBS in 2012.
Watch it here


Scars of Stop & Frisk

► Co-director, Cinematographer, Editor

A NY Times Op-Doc which premiered in June, 2012 and explores the impact of New York’s stop-and-frisk policing on Tyquan Brehon, a young man in Brooklyn who was stopped more than 60 times before he was 18 years old.

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The Clemente Effect

► Producer

A feature length TV documentary about the life, death, and legacy of Roberto Clemente. Premiered on ESPN, March 20th 2013. Check local listings for additional broadcasts.


► Director, Editor

Two family members look back at the lost life of their beloved Chago. Through interviews, and Chago's 70's Super8 footage, his cousin and sister look back and try to understand how his life and death impacted their lives.