My senior thesis film for the fulfillment of my BA in Film & Media Studies from Yale University.
Frustrated by her eccentric mother's carefree role as grandmother, a young single mother unravels their complicated past over Thanksgiving dinner.
Every year, at midnight, thousands of Yale students and faculty gather in Woolsey Hall to watch a 45-minute silent film live orchestrated by the Yale Symphony Orchestra.
I was the director of photography and editor for the 2013 edition, which parodied movies like the Manchurian Candidate, Reservoir Dogs, and Pulp Fiction.
"Pa'Que Tu Lo Sepas!" is s short documentary film exploring the internal categorizations that exist within a subset of the Latino and Latin American communities.
The film follows Aja Faranda, a Jewish Nuyorican, whose connection to her culture through dance and her involvement with Yale University's Latino Cultural house, is sometimes lessened in the eyes of Islanders by her inability to speak fluent Spanish.