The Emberá and the Harpy Eagle
Currently in post-production: a documentary shot in Darién, Panama focusing on community conservation efforts by the Emberá tribe and The Peregrine Fund to protect fragile Harpy Eagle nesting sites. View a 60-second teaser of the film here.
Hadza: The Roots of Equality
A touring multimedia exhibit documenting the Hadza tribe of Tanzania. The exhibit explores Hadza life, culture, and expertise, highlighting the unique social structure of hunter-gatherers. It combines large-format photography with an immersive soundscape, in-depth text and artifacts.
Water Warriors is the story of a community’s successful resistance to the oil and gas industry. When an energy company begins preparations for natural gas extraction in New Brunswick, Canada, the community unites in a campaign to protect their water and way of life.
Water Warriors is a 22-minute short film—currently under consideration for an Academy Award for Best Short Documentary—and a multimedia exhibit that can scale to fit a variety of spaces and events.
StageWorks Episode 1: Chimerica
StageWorks is a series of short theater reviews I wrote, produced and hosted for Pinewood Studios' TV channel. Here, my review of Chimerica, a remarkably ambitious play by Lucy Kirkwood that explores the fast-changing and complex relationship between the United States and China.
StageWorks Episode 2: London vs. NYC
In this episode I ask who does theater better – New York or London?
StageWorks Episode 3: Ibsen's Ghosts
My review of Ibsen's Ghosts and some thoughts on Ibsen's contribution to theater
StageWorks Episode 4: Ibsen's A Doll's House
My review of Ibsen's A Doll's House and interview with Laura Kenward
StageWorks Episode 5: Sophie Treadwell's Machinal
My review of Treadwell's Machinal on Broadway
Producer, Birds of America, Diminished Capacity (Sundance Festival Official Selections)
Producer, Martin McDonagh's Lieutenant of Inishmore, Lyceum Theatre (five Tony Award nominations), Family Secrets, 37 Arts Theatre (Bob Balaban director)