Paul and Hava met at a performing-arts social event for people with intellectual disabilities. With the assistance of their parents, they went on a few successful dates. The connection was immediate. After some time, they decided to make their strong, loving bond official. The couple made each other so happy that their parents saw no good reason to deny the proposal. The group homes where Paul and Hava lived, however, stood in the way of the couple’s union. “They want us not to get married—not to live together,” says Paul in a new short documentary. (The Atlantic, 2019)
"OMG, You are like a real person" - Gretchen Carvajal
A short documentary on Gretchen Carvajal, a Filipino-American artist and UW-Madison student. Through her spoken word poetry and printmaking, she examines questions of identity and belonging, confronting the past and the present difficulties of feeling like an outsider in the country that she calls home ----- Matt St. John (Wisconsin Film Festival 2017)
Walk on WILLY (6 min./360 video) CO-PRODUCER. 2017
The Willy Street neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin defies the cookie-cutter stereotype that many associate with the Midwest. This eclectic stretch enriches the city with its depth of character, charm, and craftsmanship that makes it a household name amongst Madisonians.