THE COLONIES - “BOUND TO BE SOMETHING GOOD”
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO
CREDIT | Director, cinematographer, editor
Shot and edited this fun music video for The Colonies, an indie rock band at The George Washington University. Check out their new song “Bound to Be Something Good” at: https://open.spotify.com/track/18q8JBkyFztoUMYCpBKdlb?si=dQZuJRpTRKOl5KLgZFPW4A #Musicvideo #TheColonies #IndieRock
GW INNOVATION CENTER
CREDIT | Director and editor
Promotional video for the incredible George Washington University Innovation Center, doing some really great work at GW and around the country! Check out their website at gwic.io
A TALE OF RESILIENCE
CREDIT | Director, WRITer, and editor
A short documentary on the impacts of ocean acidification and glacial melt filmed off the southeast coast of Alaska. The final video project part of Planet Forward's Storyfest 2018 expedition to Alaska with Lindblad Expeditions aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion.
Made possible by Planet Forward, Lindblad Expeditions, and National Geographic
CITIZENS IN PERIL
credit | editor, associate producer
Festivals | dc international film festival / enfoque international film festival / colorado international activism film festival
In September, 2017, Hurricane Maria swept through the Atlantic Ocean, barreling through the island of Puerto Rico, and causing unprecedented damage across the region. “Puerto Rico: Citizens in Peril” explores the socioeconomic devastation left in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria through its attempts to document the environmental, economic, and emotional toll of this catastrophic storm.
WHERE DOES IT GO?
COMPOSTING AT GW
credit | Producer, director, editor
Grand Prize Winner | Planet Forward's 2018 Storyfest Competition
In February, 2018, the George Washington University’s Office of Sustainability and Campaign GW embarked upon a new, risk-taking endeavor to expand access to composting and sustainable food waste across its Foggy Bottom campus. What emerged was the first university-sponsored composting initiative to date, bringing together nearly a hundred students and volunteers and highlighting the essential need for responsible and environmentally-conscious food waste collection. The compost that is collected is then taken to Prince George’s County Organics Compost Facility where it undergoes large scale treatment and processing in order to ultimately produce compost that is then shipped and used throughout the state of Maryland.
amore e parmigiano (florence, Italy)
Credit | Co-director, co-producer, DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
A short documentary film made in Florence, Italy that shares the beautiful love story of Cinzia and Maurizio and the cheese truck they own and run together. Filmed as part of Georgetown University's 2017 Intensive Documentary Filmmaking Study Abroad program in Florence Italy.
Written, Produced, and Directed by Claire Mihm, Mackenzie Pomroy, and Alex Rubenstein