I am a filmmaker, teacher and researcher. I shoot and edit videos and interactive media for organizations like Open Documentary Lab, MIT Media Lab, the Center for Civic Media, List Visual Arts Center, and the Guardian. Currently, I am a fellow at the Harvard Film Study Center, directing a film on aquaculture and climate.
I recently completed my S.M. in Comparative Media Studies. My thesis, Operational Images and the Interpretive Turn, is an inquiry into machine vision and automated imagery. While at MIT, I also wrote for Indiewire while covering the New Frontier section of Sundance.
My teaching background includes lecturing in English and media at Far East University in South Korea, as well as the fundamentals of science documentary filmmaking at MIT. 

I welcome collaborations in science journalism, experimental documentaries, immersive installations, or any image that moves interestingly.