Editor / Director / DP
La Casa Matriz is a short non-fiction portrait about Marcos and Maria. Filmed on location in Salinas, CA.
Thesis Product of University of Washington, Master of Communication in the Native Voices Indigenous Documentary Filmmaking Program
Screened November 19, 2015, PLU
May 2016: displayed with "Women on the Brink" events in Seattle, WA
Producer at Cultivate Learning (College of Education, University of Washington)
Editor / Field Producer / Director for Circle Time Magazine, a professional development web series for early childhood educators
2016 - 2017 inaugural Committee Chair for Diversity & Inclusion Committee at Cultivate Learning
Indigenous Showcase Coordinator for the 2016 Season of monthly events and hosts of artists with community collaborations and events.
Indigenous Showcase is a monthly screening of Indigenous made cinema housed at Northwest Film Forum in Seattle, WA.
In Her Voice is a short narrative film about seeking forgiveness, embracing the past and memories with a loved one. Produced at California State University, Monterey Bay. Filmed on location in Monterey County, California.
International premiere in Nantes, France at Festival Ciné Alter'Natif 2013
37th Annual American Indian Film Festival November 2012 in San Francisco, CA
Symposium Committee member and Media Director during 2014 - 2016 term, created multi-media content and lead digital archival process.
The Living Breath of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ: Indigenous Foods and Ecological Knowledge Symposium brings together individuals to share their knowledge on topics such as tribal food justice and security, traditional foods, health, community, place, responsibility, climate change, and treaty rights. This event is co-planned and managed by The Living Breath of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ committee members who volunteer their time to ensure this event takes place every year.
Production Coordinator and Youth Media Mentor for 2013 and 2014 48 hour SuperFly Filmmaking Experience with Longhouse Media.
Lead Youth Media Mentor and media curriculum developer for 2015 Na'ah Illahee GEN 7 Program.
Red Eagle Soaring Program Coordinator and Stage Manager
2015 Member of inaugural 4th World Indigenous Media Lab with SIFF (Seattle International Film Festival) in partnership with Sundance Institute, Longhouse Media and ITVS
Event Producer for staged reading at The Western Stage in Salinas, CA
8 (or 8 the Play) is an American play that portrays the closing arguments of Perry v. Schwarzenegger, a federal trial that led to the overturn of Proposition 8—an amendment eliminating rights of same-sex couples to marry in California.
Associate Producer and Stage Manager for You Don’t Have to Go Home but You Can’t Stay Here, an all Indigenous variety show performed at Annex Theatre and ECC (University of Washington)