Auguste Rodin in 360 degrees

Director // Cinematographer // Editor

A 360 degree virtual reality experience of renowned French sculptor Auguste Rodin's work at the Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University. Made as part of the course "Virtual Reality Journalism in the Public Sphere", Dept. of Communications.

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Montage Fever

Co-creator // Editor

On view:
October 18, 2017 – January 21, 2018
Cantor Arts Center
Lynn Krywick Gibbons Gallery
Stanford University, USA


Sex Work, Disability & Technology

These videos were filmed on a research trip to Sangli, Maharashtra (India) on sex work, disability, HIV and technology.

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2014 // Digital // Color
Cinematographer // Editor

Presented at the first Global Conference: Sexuality and Disability, Lisbon, Portugal, 2014


Khabar Lahariya

16 short videos capture rural women journalists at work, who run a newspaper called Khabar Lahariya. These women hail from dalit, adivasi and Muslim communities distributing the newspaper to 80,000 readers per week, covering over 600 villages in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, India.

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2013 // Digital // Color
Director // Cinematographer // Editor