THE MOISTEST MUSEUM
2020 Flint Youth Film Festival, 2nd for 20-25 Nonfiction Film
The Moistest Museum is a short documentary about The Moist Towelette Museum, run by John French, on Michigan State University's campus. I was the producer, first assistant camera, assistant editor, and the logo and animation artist for this film.
2020 Flint Youth Film Festival, 3rd for 20-25 Nonfiction Film
Side Hustlers follows three college students and their endeavors to make money in unique ways. I was the director, director of photography, and editor for this documentary.
2020 Royal Starr Film Festival, Official Selection
Across the Globe Film Festival, Official Selection February 2021
Rehearsal is a short fiction film about a theatre company hired by a dying old woman to perform a play at her funeral that she wrote. I was hired by the production company, Nain Rouge Films, as the script supervisor for this film.
Other Film Work
This short documentary was made by me and my co-director, Caroline Johnson, for an MSU class, Advanced Multimedia Writing. The film follows three artisans, two from Uganda, one from Michigan, as they create statues of a lion, Butcherman, and his cubs to raise awareness of poaching. A portion of this film, titled The Language of Art, was on display at the Detroit Zoo from May 8, 2019 to March 8, 2020.
FUSION FAMILY: AN EXPLORATION IN CULTURE
I made this video essay as an MSU Honors College project in 2019. All filming, editing, and writing was done by me. The finished project was shown at the Rhythm Fusion Dance Company annual show to an audience of over 200 people.