Last year, filmmaker Andrew Rossi and I followed Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour, Vogue Director of Special Projects Sylvana Ward Durrett, and Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton as they planned 2015’s exhibition and gala “China: Through the Looking Glass.” The First Monday in May, also gives a behind-the-scenes look at the ultra-exclusive party of the year.
A compelling documentary about New York’s ‘cannibal cop’ raises uncomfortable questions about how far fantasy can go before it is interpreted as conspiracy to murder. I shot this with director, Erin Lee Carr, in 2014 until early 2015. Thought Crimes premiered Monday, May 11th, 2015 at 9pm, only on HBO.
Is college worth the cost? Andrew Rossi's CNN film examines how higher education got so expensive and what that means for America's future. I shot this film along with Andrew Coffman and Andrew Rossi.
Reject examines the serious impact of social rejection through the findings of social and biological scientists, lessons from the classroom and the justice system, and first-hand accounts from children and their families. I shot this film along with Nara Garber for director Ruth Thomas-Suh.
A sheltered heiress who grew up cloistered in one of New York City’s most richly-historied mansions, kept, along with her sisters and beautiful young mother under lock and key by a well-meaning but domineering, old world tycoon father, Altina Schinasi Miranda (1907-1999), a pre-feminist visionary, broke wildly free of her constraints and forged a free-spirited, civically active, and creatively prolific life. I shot this documentary from 2009-2010 for director Peter Sanders.
Trailer for the landmark concert film that follows three acclaimed comedians on stage and off as they lift the veil to reveal the humorous truth of what it's really like to be Muslim in America. Mo Amer, Azhar Usman, and Preacher Moss poke fun at themselves, their communities, government, human nature and the tricky predicament of living in post-9/11 America. I shot this for director Andrea Kalin in 2008 for her company, Spark Media.
A story of survival, the streets and the power of friendship. A gritty story of three friends from the 'hood, Rameck Hunt, Sampson Davis and George Jenkins, who made a pact in high school to find a way to go to college and then medical school. The three doctors not only accomplished this, but they are now spreading the word to inspire other inner-city kids to stay off the streets and take the educational route to a better life. I shot this documentary for Andrea Kalin of Spark Media back in 2005.