A girl prepares for her first school dance.
The Dance is my first film, made when I had just turned fourteen. I was fortunate to have this opportunity at such a young age.
The Dance was shot on 16mm black and white film. It screened at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival in New York.
A young girl loses her brother.
My most recent film was an experiment in collaboration and improvisation. A loose adherence to plot felt appropriate for a story about memory and loss.
This film has a special place in my heart because it was the last time I worked with my longtime friend and collaborator Juliet Macchi, who died in a car crash shortly after shooting wrapped.
A portrait of Joe Calautti, one of the last artisans of his kind.
Joe Calautti of Rizzo Tailor closed his Harvard Square shop in 2015.
Co-directed with Daniel Brandt in the Visual and Environmental Studies Department at Harvard University.
My first film, "The Dance," screened at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2007.A documentary I produced, Clinica de Migrantes, was nominated for an International Documentary Award in 2016.It premiered on HBO in September 2017.