As an accomplished video producer, interviewer, and editor, I love the teamwork involved in shoots and the creative journey toward crafting an impactful piece.
In 2016 I produced a series of three videos for the Somerville Community Corporation’s Succeed Together campaign. Each brief film tells the story of a community member in need who found help at SCC.
For the past year and a half, I have been delighted to return to Cambridge and capture some of the science and spirit of my alma mater, MIT. Since December of 2015, I have been working with MIT Video Productions on a wide variety of video projects. To name a few:
Storied Women at MIT celebrates faculty, alumni, students, and staff in a series of 60-second profiles.
Sometimes the most effective lessons are learned outside of the classroom. That’s why I’m producing a series of videos on project-based learning at MIT, where the school motto is mens et manus – mind and hand. In this episode, Neerja Aggarwal directs Einstein’s Dreams, the MIT Theater Arts spring production for 2017.
As part of the festivities celebrating 100 years of MIT in Cambridge, I produced, edited, and animated a series of short videos for the Frontiers of MIT symposium:
Meet the ten National Medal of Science winners currently on MIT’s faculty:
Did you know that MIT’s School of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences is world-renowned for research and teaching? Here’s an overview of the school’s history: