Art in the 21st Century, Documentary series exploring contemporary art. Directors: Deborah Dickson, Pamela Mason Wagner, Christine Turner.  PBS 2016 & 18

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover, weekly interview program reviving the classic PBS series. WNET and The Documentary Group 2018 – 19

No Choice, web documentary series featuring women’s personal stories about reproductive rights pre- and post Roe V. Wade. Pubic Square Media 2017

Playing by the Rules: The Run Coal Memos Emmy-nominated episode which looks at a coal mine disaster in West Virginia.  WLIW 2017

Angel Wagenstein, Art is a Weapon, documentary portrait of the Bulgarian filmmaker, novelist, partisan warrior, and lifelong revolutionary. Director: Andrea Simon. 2017

NYC Arts, profiles and host segments for arts news magazine. WNET 2010-18

Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack, weekly investment news program. PBS 2014-17

Reel 13, series editor for Emmy-winning program featuring classic, independent and short films. WNET 2008-15

Story of the Jews with Simon Schama, packaging editor. PBS 2014

I am a Philanthropist, shorts promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in the philanthropic community for the Rockefeller Foundation. Lessin Group 2012-15

I Sing Beijing, young western opera singers travel to Beijing to learn to sing Chinese opera. Directed by Allan Miller, Roaring River Productions 2013

Paul Taylor: Architect of Energy documentary short on the acclaimed choreographer. Great Performances. WNET 2013

New York Close Up, web documentary series on young artists in NYC. Art21 2011-17

Women of Vision, producer/editor for 15 profiles of women activists. Ms Foundation for Women 2007-2012

UN Women Launch, multiple videos and graphic design for the launch of UN Women, screened during the opening ceremonies in the General Assembly. Lessin Group 2011

Jaume Plensa: Echo documentary short on the acclaimed Spanish artist’s 44 foot sculpture in Madison Square Park. Mad. Sq. Arts and Lovejoy/Bokowski 2011

Macbeth: a conversation with Sir Patrick Stewart, Stewart discusses his interpretation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth for Great Performances. WNET 2010

Art21, web exclusives on artists including Mathew Ritchie, Jessica Stockholder, Kerry James Marshall, Ellen Gallagher and others. Art21 2010-11

William Kentridge: Anything is Possible, an intimate look into the mind and creative process of William Kentridge, the South African artist. Peabody Award Winner. Produced by Art21 for PBS 2010

Valery Gergiev – Maestro, DVD special features on the acclaimed conductor. WNET 2009

New York Voices, series, segment and episode editor for public affairs magazine, including Emmy-nominated segment “Strange Fruits.” WNET 2005-2009

Dutch New York, documentary about the Dutch influence on New York and on the American colonies. Hosted by Barry Lewis. WNET 2009

Gloria Steinem, co-producer and editor, profile of Steinem in honor of her 75th birthday. Ms Foundation for Women 2009

Momentary Enemies, a critical look at how mass media has represented the Philippine-American, Vietnam and Iraq Wars from the turn of the century to present day. Directed by Angel Velasco Shaw 2009

Wide Angle: Class of 2006, on-line editor. WNET 2007

A Walk Around Staten Island with David Hartman and Historian Barry Lewis, video walking tour of Staten Island. WNET 2007

Cyberchase: Know Your Dough Special, on-line editor. WNET 2007

Cyberchase, live action epilogues for animated children’s television series. WNET 2001-2006, 2015

A Walk through the Bronx with David Hartman and Historian Barry Lewis, video walking tour of the Bronx. WNET 2005

A Walk Through Queens with David Hartman and Historian Barry Lewis. WNET 2004

A Walk Through Hoboken with David Hartman and Historian Barry Lewis. WNET 2003

Losing It, documentary exploring the lives of people with disabilities around the world. Produced and directed by Sharon Greytak. Award winner – DoubleTake Documentary Fest. Distributed by Cinema Guild 2001

Inside Scientology, an investigation into the controversial religion. Produced for A&E by Gabriel Films 1998

Asian Health Secrets, the principles of Chinese medicine. Produced by Winstar/Nonfiction Films 1998

The Female Offender, an evocative look at women and crime at the turn of the century.  Screened at New Directors/New Films and the Leipzig Documentary Festival. Directed by Mary Ann Toman 1999

Corporate and event videos for clients including AXA, the Ms Foundation,the MS Society, The Women’s Media Center, and Equitable Life Insurance.


BFA Rhode Island School of Design

MFA California Institute of the Arts