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Rubbing Space : Episode 1

“Rubbing Space” stands as my interpretation of the art of rubbings and how they capture fine details we overlook everyday.

I spent about an hour filming a few different angles of people stopping through Pier 35 in Manhattan by the East River. In most cases I would just pass through the area and not even think about where I was or the people passing through.


In the book “Frottages and Rubbings” artist Max Ernst explains, “rubbings can reveal certain details, or intricacies that are often overlooked, as common as they may be. “ I wanted to replicate a certain mundanity that could be picked apart and rewatched over and over again, finding beauty in the mundane.

Dreaming of Hong Kong

In April 2019, I took my Super 8 camera to Hong Kong in hopes of capturing my experience in a nostalgic, dreamy way. In my time there I used two 50 ft rolls of film, one color reversal, the other black and white and captured my travels from the city to the mountains.

Power of One

As a part of the South Orange/Maplewood Community Coalition on Race, this short social impact documentary was featured in the coalition's annual MLK Observance in January 2020. This film explores student activism in the South Orange Maplewood School District and shows student's perspectives on racial issues within our schools. The goal of the film was to promote Martin Luther King's belief in the power of one person to make a difference in their community. 

Recipient of Grand Prize for Documentary and Social Impact, Emerging Filmmakers Festival, Montclair Film Festival, 2020


In search of recovering childhood memories from the apartment I was raised in, I decided to revisit the New York City home where I once lived. This documentary showcases old home videos from my time in the apartment pieced with footage from my visit in 2018, bringing back reminders of youth and a secure feeling of nostalgia.  

Recipient of Special Jury Prize for Documentary, Emerging Filmmakers Festival, Montclair Film Festival, 2018

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