It is not unusual for my art to come out of my personal experience of what it is to be living at a certain moment in history with an emphasis on making the invisible visible. My storytelling encourages social change and includes video diaries, interactive documentary and VR. Memory Rooms, a VIVE documentary prototype, premiered at the 2017 FIVAC experimental film festival in Cuba. WhatKilledKevin.com, a 2014 Webby Award winning interactive documentary garnered national press including the Washington Post. My work has been broadcast internationally, and screened at major festivals including; HBO, PBS The Sundance Channel,The Sundance Film Festival, Human Rights Watch, Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Walker Art Center. Educational and grassroots outreach allows my work to continue to have an impact long after it is produced. I teach Documentary and Transmedia at the School of Communication & Media at Montclair State University.