There are few things better than understanding why people are the way they are and why they do the things that they do. Film is my opportunity to do that and share these stories with the world.
A story about two Nigerian immigrants who are creating tech to provide transparency and visibility to legislation in the U.S.
A story about a husband/wife founder duo who are revolutionizing the way that barbers and stylists get work around the world.
A story about Shani Dowell, a former teacher turned founder, who’s helping parents stay connected with their children’s progress in school.
Directing a short documentary, My Neighbor Miguel, about Miguel Gutierrez Ranzi, a 70 year old Colombian artist, costume designer, and HIV/AIDS activist. Miguel has shared new artwork each month with San Francisco’s Western Addition neighborhood. I went out to tell his story, shot on 16mm.
Filmed in Queens, New York, I set out to tell the story of Ray Acevedo, a high school dropout turned auto mechanic that enrolled himself in a coding school called Coalition for Queens. This film was created to drive awareness of C4Q's amazing work to potential partners, sponsors and media. (Credit: Lonelyleap)
Shot in San Francisco, Dublin, Accra and Shanghai to tell the story of Google for Entrepreneurs and the network of tech hubs, startup accelerators and community programs it supports. (Credit: Lonelyleap)