VII FOundation

I produced and edited video shorts for the VII Foundation’s ‘Imagine: Reflections on Peace’.

Imagine: Reflections on Peace is a book, exhibition and short films conceived to encourage discourse and conversation around peace building and ending conflict. It is an initiative of The VII Foundation, which was established in 2001 to challenge complex social, economic, environmental and human rights issues through documentary non-fiction storytelling and education.

Radio was used as a propaganda weapon during the Rwandan genocide but has since been used as a powerful healing tool post-genocide
Mountain Gorillas in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park has helped revive Rwanda’s economy and make it a popular travel destination.


I produced, shot, edited and narrated this video which was part of the ‘The Fish (You Don’t Know) You Eat’ – an investigation into the global fishmeal industry.

I edited this video that tells the story of small-scale fish farmers in Hong Kong who are trying to find alternatives to using fishmeal.

B&G Media

Another side project of mine is producing videos and photos for B&G Media – a new outlet reporting on Vancouver Whitecaps FC.

The first video is a Q&A where I interview Canadian international Maxime Crepeau. The other two videos feature Joaquin Ardaiz and David Norman Jr., two members of Whitecaps FC’s first team and we take a closer look at their tattoos.


I produced, filmed and edited this story on the MEI Screaming Eagles who perform at all Whitecaps FC home games. The project was part of my internship with Whitecaps FC but also was my final video project in my video class at UBC Journalism.