I grew up in Los Angeles where I aspired to make meaningful films. At the University of Michigan, I studied documentary filmmaking. This incredible experience prepared me for documenting Rotary International projects in Latin America and biomedical breakthroughs at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. These health-related projects led me back to school where in now seek a Masters in Pubic Health at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in New Orleans.
Currently, I am exploring innovative ways to use media in advocating for necessary change in the field of public health. Every Friday from 5-6 pm (Central Time), I host a talk show on 102.3 WHIV FM, a community radio station dedicated to human rights and social justice. My weekly radio program highlights the work of local initiatives, researchers, and activists in New Orleans.
Here you will also find a portfolio of artistic endeavors I have pursued over the years, from movies and studio art to improvisational street poetry. Astroetic Studios is a film/photo studio I co-founded in 2014 in Los Angeles.
For inquiries, please refer to the CONTACT page.