I am an independent producer and multimedia journalist reporting on current and international affairs.

I came to multimedia and television production after a career as a Japanese-English translator. I owned and operated a technical translation company (Intellingua Japan), becoming interested in production after translating for a variety of media companies. In 2006, I attended Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). I  graduated in 2008 with a Master of International Affairs and a concentration in international broadcast media.

While at Columbia, I interned at RainMedia, a production company that produces documentary films almost exclusively for PBS FRONTLINE. I was later hired as an associate producer and worked on films such as The War Briefing, Emmy and Peabody award-winning The Madoff Affair, and The Quake. In between projects, I worked as a multimedia producer for PBS WIDE ANGLE, where I produced web videos and a variety of multimedia stories.

In the spring of 2010, I struck out on my own to become a freelance digital journalist. I am now an independent producer-shooter-editor, and am available to shoot, edit and produce videos for television and the web. I shoot with the Sony FS-100 and edit on both Avid and Final Cut Pro. I am available for assignments anywhere, including in conflict zones.

Visit the video section for samples of my recent work. Contact me if you have any questions about my availability, services and rates.

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