From shooting interviews at the United Nations to filming on the RED Raven in a blizzard to flying a drone across the deserts of Niger, I am comfortable calling the shots (pun intended) behind the camera. My specialty is working as a one-woman band.
For: Connect4climate and THE carbon pricing leadership coalition at the world bank, Unreel Films, UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COMPACT, UN Foundation, Sustainable development solutions network, RACHEL’S NETWORK, OUR CLIMATE, 350.org, SUSTAINABILITY MEDIA LAB, COALITION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT…
equipment: canon c100 cinema camera w/ rodelink wireless lav kit
It is such a pleasure to be able to film inspiring people speak about the important issues of our time. Over the years I've been lucky enough to film presidents & prime ministers, actors & filmmakers, climate activists & community organizers, farmers & sustainable energy innovators, economists & ministers, and business leaders & youth leaders . These events have taken me inside the United Nations, to global climate summits in Paris, Marrakech, Bonn, Katowice, and California, to Cham Island in Vietnam, to remote villages in Niger, to sustainability conferences in Frankfurt, Vienna, Lisbon, and Da Nang, to international film festivals in Venice, Cannes, and Guadalajara, to the World Bank in Washington DC, and all over New York City.
EQUIPMENT: DJI mavic air
The newest addition to my shooting offerings is drone footage with the DJI Mavic Air, which is small enough to carry in a small shoulder bag and thus easy to incorporate into my one-woman-band filming kit. It has a high quality camera that shoots in 4K and is capable of filming at various frame rates from 24 to 120fps.
For: Unreel Films, The Juilliard School, NEVER STOP LEARNING, Magnetic Media Productions, Shady Theatrics…
Whether it be a cooking web-series, a high profile gala event, a documentary feature or promo interviews, I often fill in as a 2nd Cameraperson. Most often I shoot on a Canon C100 and I'm familiar filming with a glide-cam, slider, gimbel or just good ol' fashioned hand-held.