Letchworth State Park

Four Seasons of Aerial Cinematography

Located in western New York state, Letchworth State Park has been nicknamed, the "Grand Canyon of the East." This is a condensed version of a 15-minute non-narrative, installation commissioned for screening within the atrium of the park's new visitor's center, in order to highlight the forest and river ecology of the gorge throughout the year.

Client: New York State, Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation


The Monastery Cook

Tibetan Stories, web series - part 1

Tenpa Choedar is a Tibetan refugee and head cook within the Namgyal Monastery of Dharamsala, India; exile home of the Central Tibetan Authority and the 14th Dalai Lama. During special teachings, the kitchen staff will prepare breakfast and lunch for over 5,000 temple visitors.

Client: The International Center for Mental Health & Human Rights


The Counter Revolutionary

Tibetan Stories, web series - part 3

Ama Adhe is a cherished member of the Tibetan exile community where she serves as a historian, regularly recounting her 27 years spent as a political prisoner, where she endured extraordinary hardships, including surviving the famine of Mao Zedong's fatally flawed "Great Leap Forward" agricultural campaign.

Client: The International Center for Mental Health & Human Rights


The Thangka Painter

Tibetan Stories, web series - part 5

Karma Sichoe is a traditionally trained painter and orphan raised within the community of Tibetan refugees in northern India. As an activist he struggles to find a path forward, balancing tradition and modernity, where his conventional craft cannot give voice to his political perspectives.

Client: The International Center for Mental Health & Human Rights


Fabric of Change

Innovating for a Sustainable Apparel Industry

Two innovative companies and a non-profit dedicated to artisan advocacy are profiled for an sustainability award presented at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit.

Client: Ashoka & The C&A Foundation