A SHORT DOC FEATURING THE FIRST BLACK-OWNED, CHEF-OWNED RESTAURANT IN ROSEVILLE, CA
Love, laughter and good company -- three things in abundance at Q1227 Restaurant in Roseville, California. Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Chef Q and Mrs. Q serve up delicious dishes that speak the universal language of love.
I solo-directed, produced and edited this short documentary with a grant funded by American University. Thank you to my mentor, Kyle Brannon, for supporting this production.
Released May 2021
A SHORT DOC FEATURING LOCAL D.C. ARTIST, MINA KARIMI.
EWBA (pronounced ooo-bah) stands for Everything Will Be Amazing. It's an artist's collective in D.C. and N.Y.C. Mina Karimi creates multimedia artwork sharing positive messages at an affordable price for the public.
This was a solo endeavor produced for Bill Gentile's Backpack Documentary Fall 2019 course.
Released December 2019
A SHORT HISTORICAL DOC BY ELI O'BRIEN, BRENDAN NEMECECK AND HANNAH SHOWS.
five days in spring
The International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) is a non-partisan federation dedicated to "creating a more peaceful and secure world freed from the threat of nuclear annihilation."
I interviewed Nobel Peace Prize winner and IPPNW co-founder Dr. Eric Chivian. I contacted sources and search databases for historical documentation.
Released April 2017
roundhouse news & review
A LOCAL NEWS SOURCE ENCOURAGING INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE THROUGH REPORTING.
It is said that we can only create what can first imagine. Roundhouse News and Review attempts to connect and inspire the Sierra College community through story.
Roundhouse gives home to the voices, ideas and experiences of the Sierra community. We foreground equity and inclusion to facilitate intercultural communication.
As Community Engagement Director, I I acted as the liaison between the founding team and the larger community by relaying key decisions, dates and deadlines through graphic design; attending local events; and collaborating with Roundhouse's co-faculty advisers to develop the next student editorial team. I invited student organizations to claim their space on the site and create content.
Released May 9, 2019
PROFILES OF CREATIVE WOMEN COMING TO KNOW COMMUNITY.
I, along with my fellow intern, memorialized the transformative creative culture of the International Women’s Writing Guild (IWWG) Summer Conference over 3 years through 15 interviews, 27 videos, and 7,000 photos. This media continues to feature on IWWG branding and social media.