The Sound She Saw is a documentary film featuring contemporary, ground-breaking Black women photographers.
The film reveals the history & struggle of Black women photographers while showcasing and celebrating their work and answering the question:
What happens when a Black woman photographer has the agency and the control to reverse the gaze and see the world through her unique lens? The photographers featured in The Sound She Saw challenge the status quo by collectively redefining the narrative, image by image.
13th Annual Bronzelens FIlm Festival 2022 / Nominated for BEST DOCUMENTARY
Urbanworld Film Festival 2022 / Honorable mention for the Ally Creative Producer Award
St. Louis International Film Festival 2022
Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival 2022
Serving as Writer, Director and Executive Producer
Image from featured photographer, Fabiola Jean-Louis.
BTS Still of featured photographer, Adreinne Waheed 6/2021
UN(RE)SOLVED is a multi-platform experience (documentary series, podcast) including an installation that acts as an interactive memorial for the victims of 150 unsolved racially motivated murders from the civil rights era.
Participants must speak victims’ names out loud in order to be able to view each victim’s story. Premiered in June 2021 online via Frontline/PBS.
The AR Installation premiered and was featured at Tribeca Film Festival, June 2021.
2022 EMMY Winner / News & Documentary
"Outstanding Interactive Media: Innovation"
SXSW Innovation Award Winner 2022
2022 Golden Calf Nominated.
Served as Producer for Ado Ato Pictures - Frontline/PB
"Model America,” an explosive four-part series that dissects America’s complicated relationship with race through the lens of the people of Teaneck, New Jersey, a “racial utopia” turned unlikely ground zero for the modern Black Lives Matter movement.
Episodes premiered September 18, 2022, airing Sundays on MSNBC - Check local listings for series info.
Served as Supervising Producer for Anchor Entertainment
'Who You Calling a Bitch?' Netflix Original Series from an Oscar winning team, the 4-episode series looks at the incomplete history of Black women in America, explored through the lens of Black women in hip-hop, their lives and the music.
Premiering Spring 2023.
Served as Co-Executive Producer for Culture House
A dramedy about being “one of the few”.
A queer, black professional attempts to navigate the challenges of breaking the glass ceiling in corporate America while fielding pressure from her partner to start a family.
The 8 episode web series premiered November 2021
now available on BlackOakTv
Served as Co-Producer
Award Winning Short Film: Lena and ten other women couldn’t be more excited to celebrate Barbie's 35th birthday however when the unexpectedly huge bill arrives the festivities dissolves into drama.
Served as Executive Producer & Producer.
After the death of her mega pastor father, successful corporate attorney Dahlia White just wants to move on to bigger and better things, but her uber religious family won't all her to forget. As she attempts to develop a promising new relationship with neighbor Sean, baggage from the past threatens to haunt her future.
Now available on Prime Video and kweli.tv
Served as Producer.
On April 29, 1992, Los Angeles exploded when four police officers were acquitted in the beating of Rodney King. But the city had been smoldering for years. The provocative documentary looks at how decades of racial tensions, injustice and a trouble relationship between the LAPD and the African-American community led to the uprising.
"See the Signs" is a song sung by Chris Brown and Elmo on Sesame StreetThe song was nominated for a 2008 Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Original Song in a Children's/Animated Series
Behind every number, there’s a story. America By The Numbers with Maria Hinojosa is a PBS documentary series—the first to focus on the dramatic demographic shifts taking place in this country – exploring underreported stories from every corner of the nation, the series reveals the human face of the biggest population change in U.S. history.
Kraft "Amazing" - Executive Producer
2019 TELLY AWARD WINNER: 3AF's Creative Excellence Award Smart Home TVCs - Admerasia Agency / Executive Producer
2013 TELLY AWARD WINNER: 3AF's Creative Excellence Award Altima Countless TVC - Admerasia Agency / Executive Producer
I'm a director, writer and a consulting executive producer, supervising producer, series & line producer and branded content executive producer. I've developed & produced, award winning scripted and non-scripted TV series, commercials, music videos and nationally syndicated and Peabody nominated documentaries for: TLC, Showtime, MSNBC, Discovery +, Netflix and 2022 EMMY award winning digital series, Un(re)Solved for Frontlines/PBS.
The M'Dear Project is a multi-media exhibition of paintings, sculpture, photography, textile art, video, audio/oral pieces and installations honoring the great Mother, the Matriarch, the feminine present throughout the diasporic community. Works in the exhibition seek to capture the essence and the power of the Great Mother, the nurturer, the negotiator, the inter-mediator and savior, The exhibit pushes the viewer to reconsider the wisdom, power and grace of M'Dear who's council is needed in this chaotic climate. She is essential and critical in the fight and preservation of our collective humanity.
Howard University Alumni Club of Greater New York fundraising Bison Art Show in partnership with Long Gallery Harlem featuring alumni artists, a percentage of proceeds benefiting incoming students.