Balla Kouyate: NEA National Heritage Fellow

Blake Road Productions

Balla Kouyate: NEA National Heritage Fellow

Blake Road Productions

Daughters of Anatolia

Cinematographer/Camera-Op

Daughters of Anatolia follows the Gök family, a group of nomadic goat herders, as they travel on the “Göาซ,” or seasonal migration, from the temperate winters along the Mediterranean Sea to the cool summers in the Taurus Mountains, and back again. 

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Festivals: Eurorama, The Trento Film Festival (2017), representing the Göttingen (Germany) International Ethnographic Film Festival (2016). 

Society for Visual Anthropology Film and Media Festival, Minneapolis, MN.  The Ethnographic Film and Media Program of the Middle East and Central Eurasia in Nantes, France (2015).

Torah Play

Cinematographer/Camera-Op

For Auracana: other camera operators: Glenn Kesner, Kieran Kesner

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Director of Photography/Camera-Op for library research and Boston/Cambridge scenes

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Perkins School: The Possibility of Success

Director of Photography/Camera-Op/Sound

Perkins School: A future of Possibilities

Director of Photography/Camera-Op/Sound