I am a self-shooting documentary director. Noah's Canoe is my graduation film from the The National Film & Television School.

I grew up in Singapore and had my first film making experience as a production assistant in Cambodia, giving a poetic voice to conflict resolution films about the Khmer Rouge genocide. My interest in traditional skills later took me to Maine to apprentice as a wooden boat builder and to collect oral histories for my DVD, Peapods of the Maine Coast. This film was also a museum installation. I became an Associate Producer and Assistant Editor for Discovery Channel and a Producer and Editor making shorts about iconic characters in Maine. My documentary Keepers of the Trail was about traditional winter travel on snowshoes in Labrador, Canada. This project helped define my fascination between people and the natural world through observational documentary. Over the past two years I have been researching & filming in Louisiana with a small community impacted by the 2010 BP oil spill. I am a founding member of the Kitchen Sink Film Collective.