I'm a content strategist, project manager, writer, and video editor.
SIPA Magazine (Fall 2022 Issue)
Annual publications of Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, for which I am managing editor.
SIPA Magazine, the Columbia School of International and Public Affairs' annual print publication, of which I have been the managing editor since 2018.
Are These Nicotine-Like Insecticides Killing Bees?
Many scientists believe that a class of insecticides called neonicotinoids are a significant factor in the widespread death of bees.
Putting Maternal Mortality in the Spotlight
MTV picks up SIPA-student-designed campaign to raise public awareness.
Columbia Business School: The Next 100 Years
Produced video for the School’s centennial celebration and led strategy for content roll out and promotion. Production included 60 alumni, student, and faculty interviews, including Warren Buffett.
Columbia Business School: The Center
Played a pivotal role in the successful “At the Very Center of Business” brand positioning roll out – project managed video production and ad campaign photo shoots, designed branded t-shirt, and produced web video series highlighting community involvement during launch events.
The Business of Storytelling
At podcasting upstart Gimlet Media, Lisa Chow ’13 tells the stories.
Stranger Than Fiction
Three SIPA alumni writers channel their lived experiences into acclaimed novels.
Tracking Poverty, Making Policy
SIPA alumna Sophie Collyer works at the intersection of policy analysis and social justice.
Getting Real About the Green New Deal
I coproduced, researched, and interviewed the subject for this Green New Deal video.
Swarming the Rooftops
The end of New York’s urban beekeeping ban wrought hundreds of honey-making hobbyists. But even the movement’s most fervent supporters wonder if it has grown too far too fast.
Profile: Ron Gold – Columbia Business School (2017)
I was the coproducer, shooter, and editor for this 2017 video profile of CBS alumni Ron Gold.
At National Geographic, it’s Relevance Over Reverence
National Geographic Partners CEO Gary Knell is guiding the 130-year-old brand through a period of digital disruption and scientific skepticism.
Where Business and Art Intersect
Stacy Tarver ’16 transforms business principles into works of art.
Hot Sauce Spices Things up with Social Mission
John Crotty ’96 works with community gardens in the Bronx to produce The Bronx Hot Sauce.