I have shot 7 feature docs as Director of Photography: The Conspiracy (DOC NYC, 2022), Persona: The Dark Truth Behind Personality Tests (MAX Original, 2021), The Candidates (Fuse, 2019), The Truth About Killer Robots (HBO, 2018), Capital (Full Frame, 2010), How To Rob Banks For Dummies (Post-production), and The Town that Shot the Sherriff (Post-production), as well as the mid-length doc Clínica de Migrantes (HBO, 2016). Of these, I also produced The Conspiracy and The Truth About Killer Robots, as well as the Sundance award-winning Our New President (2018). Most were made almost entirely in-house at Third Party Films, which I co-founded with director Maxim Pozdorovkin in 2007.  Animated by a DIY ethos and determination to deliver the highest possible production values, we built capacities for every aspect of non-fiction filmmaking. As a result, in addition to my cinematography work I have deep experience budgeting and executing feature docs as well as personally undertaking nearly every aspect of development, production, post, and distribution. 

I have a Ph.D. from Harvard University, where I wrote a dissertation about  the discursive construction of the French suburbs in film and television entitled Banlieue Stories: Mapping the Paris Suburbs On Screen, 1958-2012