I've been working with Catherine and Aubin Pictures since 2007, beginning with What’s On Your Plate?, which premiered at the Berlinale and played on Discovery Channel’s Planet Green. Our second collaboration, Born to Fly, about daredevil choreographer Elizabeth Streb, premiered at SXSW Festival, played at Film Forum in 2014, and after a run on PBS’s Independent Lens, was nominated for an Emmy Award for Best Arts & Culture Programming. In 2017, I consulted on Catherine’s documentary feature Chavela, which premiered at the Berlinale. Our latest film is AGGIE, a documentary about her mother, renowned art collector and philanthropist Agnes Gund. Aggie sold a $165 million Lichtenstein painting to start the Art for Justice Fund to fight mass incarceration. AGGIE had its world premiere at Sundance 2020: https://www.sundance.org/projects/aggie.
I produced Mickalene's documentary Happy Birthday to a Beautiful Woman about her mother and muse, the late Sandra Bush. The film aired on HBO in 2014 and continues to screen alongside Mickalene's stunning art.
I’ve collaborated with this MacArthur Award winning artist on multiple projects since 2008, including her retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum in 2014; her show Grace Notes: Reflections for Now at Yale Repertory Theater in 2016 and the Kennedy Center in 2017; and The Shape of Things at the Park Avenue Armory in 2017.
I worked with Liz on a few PSAs, including “It’s Not Okay,” which was featured on CNN, MSNBC, and many more outlets.
Tiffany directed the launch video for the UNSTOPPABLE campaign I produced for Planned Parenthood.
I've co-produced two albums and a music video for Pink Martini.
From 2008-2017, I was the Communications and Special Projects Officer for the Miami-based Rubell Family Collection, one of the most significant private collections of contemporary art in the world.
I worked with The Wooster Group on the development and production of House/Lights, which was named by the New York Times in 2018 as one of the 25 best shows of the last 25 years. House/Lights toured 16 cities around the world and received an Obie Award for Best Production. I’ve also produced a benefit for The Wooster Group and now serve on its board.
I worked with Marianne Weems and her company The Builders Association on Alladeen and Super Vision, both of which premiered at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and toured to a combined total of 42 cities. Alladeen received an Obie Award for Outstanding Production, and I was nominated by the Evening Standard UK for Best Actress in a Visiting Production.
I've been in many shows by Sibyl Kempson including her epic 12 Shouts to the Ten Forgotten Heavens at the Whitney Museum.
I worked as a performer and producer for Andrew on Elijah Green at The Kitchen.
My acting experience with Brooke includes And That's How the Rent Gets Paid at The Kitchen, I'm Bleeding All Over the Place at La Mama, and a reading of Emily Wilson's translation of The Odyssey.
I was in Mike Iveson's playwriting debut, Sorry Robot, at PS122’s COIL Festival in 2015. Ben Brantley gave the show a wonderful review in The New York Times.