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Journalist. Documentarian. Storyteller.

     With a lifelong passion for wildlife and a knack for storytelling, I have always been on a path towards making documentary films. Raised in California, I have had the opportunity to meet many people from diverse cultures. These experiences enhanced my interests in cross-cultural and environmental documentaries. I got my start in film by earning my Associates Degree in Film Production from Orange Coast College. I am now pursuing a BFA in Broadcast Journalism and Documentary from Chapman University.

     Through storytelling, I hope to invoke change in others so that they too may become advocates for our natural world and cultures that they are unfamiliar with.

     In the summer of 2016, I traveled with National Geographic on a student expedition to Ecuador and the Galápagos to research the illegal shark finning industry’s impact on the Galápagos Shark. More recently, I had the opportunity to take my filming skills abroad and made a film in Hawai’i about traditional hula dancing. I am now preparing for my next excursion, a documentary course to Alaska where I look forward to meeting locals and experiencing their culture.

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