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Who Fights For You?

Director, Producer, Editor

Documentary Short

Who Fights For You? is the story of a young African American man with cerebral palsy and his journey to become a pastor. As Reverend Darrien Fann enters adulthood, he questions what independence means to him and how our society views people with disabilities. He reflects on the obstacles he has had to overcome to fulfill his calling as a preacher.

2021 Official Selections: Cleveland International Film Festival • Atlanta DocuFest • Indy Shorts International Film Festival • Cordillera International Film Festival • BronzeLens Film Festival (Nominated for Best Short Documentary) • Chagrin Documentary Film Festival

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Ambassador of Mirth

Director & Editor

Documentary Short

A behind-the-scenes look at the life of Baton Bob. Bob is an Atlanta icon known for strutting his stuff on the busiest of street corners while sporting vibrant hats and jeweled masks, blowing his whistle, and twirling his signature baton. This is the untold story of Atlanta’s Ambassador of Mirth. Published by The Bitter Southerner in 2015.

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Diverse Voices

Director, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor

Experimental Documentary Showcase

A look at structural racism on a college campus through the lens of moving image portraits and historically under-represented student voices.

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Young Storytellers

Director, Producer, Editor

Documentary Short

A documentary short about the Script to Stage writing program at Micheltorena Elementary School in Los Angeles. The film explores the impact that the program has had on fifth grade students and the importance of creative learning.

Director, Producer, Editor

Short Audio Documentary

In this piece, Maddie explores the relationship between her Jewish upbringing and her white identity. Through a conversation with childhood friend Darrien Fann, she examines how their friendship has impacted her view of race and her own whiteness.