Our stories are delicate, and they ought to be told as such.
The pace at which I work upholds steadiness, slowness, and mindfulness to help create films that reveal deeper and quieter truths, rather than hurried and loud generalities.
The atmosphere of my creative process is just as important as the mood of each scene I edit. I aim to work alongside other artists who appreciate the fragility of the human spirit, the sanctity of life, and the sway of beauty.
Kindled by a fascination with the human experience, the art of conversation, and rhythmic emotional landscapes, I edit documentaries, narrative films, and branded content.
My work has been screened on television and across film festivals. In 2018, Kosher Love, a documentary I edited, was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award (Best Documentary Program). I am also a recipient of the Doc Accelerator Fellowship at Hot Docs and an associate member of Canadian Cinema Editors. An upcoming resident of the Editors' Lab at the Canadian Film Centre, I am excited to further expand my craft into the realm of fiction.
I hold an MA (with Distinction) in Documentary Filmmaking from Cardiff University in the UK, as well as a BA (Honours) in Literature and Politics from Queen's University. I also studied feature-length editing at PRIM in Montréal and hold a certificate in Creative Editing from Film Editing Pro.