Multimedia

One of my specialties is video and audio multimedia production. I can help with all steps of the process: pitching, writing, editing and producing. I have experience in photography and videography, as well as Adobe Creative Suite, to make your projects a success.

Need voice over for your video and audio multimedia production that sounds relatable, friendly and real? What about a written article? I can help with that, too.

Audio Work

Spectrum ⎮ What it’s like to be a Black autism researcher

Autism research is an overwhelmingly white field — one in which Black researchers say they experience both overt and covert racism. As Writer/Producer/Host of this Spectrum podcast episode, I spoke with four Black women who are autism researchers — Mary Agyapong, Desi Jones, Cliona Kelly and Termara Parker — about their experiences leading up to and during summer 2020, and what they hoped would happen next.

Spectrum ⎮ Life in lockdown with autism

As Writer/Producer/Host of this Spectrum podcast episode, I spoke to clinicians and people with autism about their experience of the pandemic, how their routines have changed and some of the unexpected benefits.

Video Work

Spectrum ⎮ How the cerebellum is linked to autism

In this 2021 Silver-Telly-Award-winning video, as a Writer/Producer/Narrator, I spoke to professors Sam Wang and Peter Tsai as they explained the role of the ‘little brain’ in cognition, social skills, emotion control and repetitive behaviors.

The Weather Channel's Pattrn ⎮ Flooding from climate change is keeping tourists away

As Writer/Producer, I spoke to researchers about how they are using parking data to understand how flooding affects visitors in tourism hotspots.

The Weather Channel's Pattrn ⎮ Is climate change causing kidney disease?

Chronic kidney disease is usually caused by diabetes and high blood pressure. As Writer/Producer, I spoke to researchers who are finding new outbreaks of kidney disease in hot regions of the world where people are working outside.

The Weather Channel's Pattrn ⎮ What a border wall would do to wildlife

One of President Trump’s main policy priorities was to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. As Writer/Producer, I spoke to scientists who say a border wall would have a huge impact on wildlife and their habitats.

The Weather Channel's Pattrn ⎮ Puerto Rico blackout leaves the poor powerless

Category 4 Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in September 2017, causing the largest electricity blackout in U.S. history. As Writer/Producer, I spoke to researchers who said that low income, sick and elderly people bore the brunt of it.

VICE News ⎮ Oklahoma Teachers Are Fed Up And Walking Out On April 2. Here’s Why.

Lyndsey Stuart was a history and leadership teacher at Bartlesville High School in Oklahoma. She had been teaching for 10 years. And she had never had a raise.

As Co-Writer/Co-Producer, in March 2018, I followed Stuart as the state teachers’ union, the Oklahoma Education Association, called for teachers to walk out of their classrooms on April 2, the day after the state legislature was required to pass an education budget.

VICE News ⎮ The best opioid addiction treatment is more opioids

It seems like a paradox: Most doctors and scientists agree that the best way to treat opioid addiction is with other opioids.

As Host/Co-Writer/Co-Producer, I looked into the power of opioid addiction at the molecular level — and why fixing the crisis means changing the way we think about treating it.

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