Here are some of my television stories.
CBC News – How anxiety can make you bad at math
A social media explainer I wrote, produced and hosted.
The Toronto Star
I reported on Beijing’s education crisis by co-shooting and co-producing web videos for the Star’s special project, Expelled by Beijing. Click on the link to view.
CBC Newfoundland and Labrador
I worked as a television reporter for the supper hour newscast, Here and Now, covering the ins and outs of the province.
The Largest Deposit
I spent five years creating a documentary about how Fort Chipewyan, a small Indigenous community in northern Alberta lost their traditional lifestyles because of the Alberta oil sands. I co-wrote, shot, directed, and produced the project, which started when I was 18. My film was released and screened at a festival at Roundhouse Community Arts Centre on Sept. 1, 2015.
For the full 22-minute film, click here or visit Standing-Ground.ca.
Good Morning Mama
Screened at the DOXA Documentary Film Festival 2012
During my participation in DOXA’s Kris Anderson Connexions Program, I was asked to make a short film on the theme of the “glass ceiling.” I took home the camera and made a film about my immigrant mother. Good Morning Mama is an account of my mother’s experiences, what it means for her to resettle and wake-up every day in Canada, a place she also calls home.
More videos to come.