As an documentary producer,
I produce sound-rich stories from intimate, unsteady
moments—as everyday people go off-script from the cultures that ensnare them.
After all, culture is a story.
As a writer & editor,
I develop and curate content—narrative, data-driven, deep-dive—that moves hearts, minds & hands towards connection, engagement and play.
After all, branding is a story.
As a researcher and designer,
I facilitate collaborative learning experiences that contextualize local insights into actionable programs, products, and services.
After all, knowledge is a story.
Over the past 10 years, I’ve called my career by many names: from policy analysis
and community organizing, to qualitative research and storytelling.
Stories & Culture Change.
I’ve got the deep experience in complexity to translate insights & experiences into content that will move your audience’s hearts, minds & hands to action.
Content & Curation.
I’ve got the editorial and branding instincts to identify the right context at the right time for the right audience to understand the right message.
Methods & Presence.
I’ve got the methodological and facilitation chops to orchestrate responsive research, sense-making and strategy that keeps your work relevant and inclusive.
Ah yes, and as a human,
I’ve spent time as a cooperative housing manager, a compulsive essayist and live storyteller, a hapless meditator, a relentless hobbyist (currently: boxing), .
And in the footsteps Nanny Isobel and Grampy Bert, I like to think I can hold court as a gracious dinner guest and a warm-hearted oddball, respectively.