American Experience: The Perfect Crime

PBS Voices: Rebel

Independent Documentary:
Angkor’s’ Children

Just One Drop

Independent Lens: Lives Worth Living

American Masters:
Julia! America’s Favorite Chef

DOCUMENTARY FILM EDITOR


SELECTED DOCUMENTARIES

American Experience A Perfect Crime. Editor. A one-hour documentary about Leopold and Loeb and Clarence Darrow’s fight against the death penalty. 2016 Air Date, PBS.

Angkor’s Children Editor. An independent feature documentary about a grass roots movement to reinvigorate the arts in post-genocide Cambodia. National and International screenings 2015.

PBS Voces Rebel. Editor. An independent feature documentary about a latino woman, a myth and the politics of national identity. International screenings and broadcast 2013/2014.

Independent Lens Lives Worth Living. Editor. A one-hour documentary about the struggle for equal rights for people with disabilities. Selected for U.S. Department of State’s American Film Showcase. Oct. 2011/2013.

American Experience The Presidents: George H.W. Bush, Part One. Editor. A three-hour in depth documentary portrait of the 41st President of the United States. 2008/9.

American Masters Julia! America’s Favorite Chef. Editor. A one-hour documentary on the life and legacy of Julia Child. 2004/05.

American Experience Patriot’s Day. Editor. Revolutionary War re-enactors, and the characters and history they bring to back to life. 2004.

Race: The Power of an Illusion, Episode Three The House You Live In. Editor. A one- hour film exploring how race resides not in nature but in politics, economics and culture. 2003.

Nova Science Unit and Clear Blue Sky Productions Evolution: Darwin’s Dangerous Idea. Editor. A two-hour film interweaving drama and documentary. Show one of a seven-part mini series examining the science of evolution and its impact on our culture. 2001.

American Experience Streamliners: America’s Lost Trains. Editor. A one-hour documentary. A tale of determination and opportunities lost. 2001.

American Experience Douglas MacArthur, Parts I and II, Destiny and The Politics of War. Editor. A four-hour portrait of one of America’s greatest protagonists. Winner, Primetime Emmy. 1999.

WGBH Educational Productions Physics by Inquiry. Editor. Winner, CINE Golden Eagle. 1998.

Nova Science Unit A Science Odyssey: Origins. Editor. Show one of a six-part series. A one-hour documentary examining the origins of life. 1998.

Dodge Poetry Festival Co-Producer, Editor. A three-hour documentary profiles selected poets. Winner, CINE Golden Eagle. 1997.

Frontline Welcome to Happy Valley. Editor. A one-hour documentary addressing the controversy over Prozac. 1995.

Ringl and Pit Editor. Ellen Auerbach and Grete Stern, a portrait of the lives of two pioneering women photographers whose collaboration began at the Bauhaus. Winner, CINE Golden Eagle; Director’s Choice, Black Maria Film Festival. 1995.

MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour South Africa. Editor. Correspondent, Charlayne Hunter- Gault. A ten-part series on the political, social and economic climate in post- apartheid South Africa. Filmed and edited in South Africa. 1994.

Frontline Showdown in Haiti, Part 2. Editor. A one-hour documentary on the political crisis in Haiti. 1994.

MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour Haiti Journal. Editor. Correspondent Charles Krause. Four reports from Haiti, filmed and edited in Haiti. 1993.

MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour Somalia Diary. Editor. Correspondent Charlayne Hunter- Gault. A ten-part series filmed and edited in Somalia. Winner, Harry Chapin Media Award for Best Television. 1992-1993.

MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour Return to Somalia. Editor. Correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault. A ten-part follow up series filmed and edited in Somalia. 1993.

OTHER SELECTED FILMS

A Chance to Dress Editor. 40 minute independent short. Winner, Best Short, Arlington International Film Festival, 2015.

Our Mockingbird Editor. A one-hour independent documentary. PBS broadcast, 2015.

International Conference on Women. Beijing, China. Agents of Change; Women in the Environment. Editor. A documentary about economic self-sufficiency for women in developing nations. Produced by The Rockefeller Foundation.

American Experience After the Crash. Editor. A one-hour pilot for the seven-part series on the Great Depression. Blackside, Inc. Winner, CINE Golden Eagle.

Frontline Shtetl. Additional Editing. Directed and Produced by Marian Marzynski. Frontline Series Promos. Editor.

Jonathan Borofsky: An Installation Director, Camera, Editor. Commissioned by the MIT Committee on the Visual Arts.

Rooms Director, Camera, Editor. Artists installations, Commissioned by the MIT Committee on the Visual Arts.

Conversations on Public Art Camera, Editor. Commissioned by the Department of Transportation, Washington D.C.

AWARDS

Primetime Emmy
CINE Golden Eagles
Biographical Video Award
Harry Chapin Media Award
N.E.A. Regional Fellowship
Wallis Annenberg Scholarship
MIT Arts Council Grants for Film and Video

SCREENINGS

Museum of Modern Art, NY, NY
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C.
The Jewish Museum, NY, NY
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Goethe Institut, Tokyo,Japan
Folkwand Museum, Essen, Germany
First Night. New Works, New Women, Boston, MA International Nippon High Technology Arts Festival, Japan American Film Institute Competition, Los Angeles, CA Vancouver Worlds Fair, Japanese Pavilion, Vancouver, Canada International Mill Valley Film/Video Festival, Mill Valley, CA Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH
MIT Film/Video/Media Lab, Cambridge, MA

STORY STRUCTURE MENTOR/ CONSULANT

NALIP 2015. Artist Retreat Center. Diverse Women in Film Residency (Mentor) Bluebirds Fly: Love and Hope on the Autism Spectrum (Consultant)
Power to the Pedals (Consultant)

LECTURES

Dartmouth College. MIT Film/Video Section. MIT Media Lab

EDUCATION

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Master of Science in Visual Studies Brandeis University, Teaching Certificate in Fine Arts
University of Massachusetts, B.A. Art History