Cataract Surgery for Ebola Survivors in Liberia

In late September 2017, the USAID-funded Advancing Partners & Communities project partnered with Samaritan’s Purse, ELWA Hospital, and the National Institutes for Health to bring in cataract surgeons, ophthalmologists and lab specialists from Emory University and Johns Hopkins University Hospitals, among others, to perform cataract surgeries for Ebola survivors in Liberia. I filmed and photographed in-country, then edited the final piece.

Iron Talk

Ibrahim Kargbo, a 28-year-old powerlifter who contracts full-time as a driver for an NGO in Sierra Leone, is training for his country’s “Salone Strongest Man” competition that takes place on April 29, 2017. Also known as “Big 50” (as in 50 Cent), Ibrahim was diagnosed with malaria two weeks ago and it put a bump in his routine, but it hasn’t stopped his resolve to win the 100 million Leone first prize (about $13,300).

Post-Ebola Recovery in Sierra Leone

Filmed in February 2016, this short documentary is the first of a two-part series on post-Ebola transition work in Sierra Leone by Advancing Partners & Communities, a project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). It brings attention to the damaging effects of Ebola on the country’s health system.

In addition to the video above, I filmed interviews with two Ebola survivors, Daddy (below) and Yusuf, plus a government minister who works to support all survivors in Sierra Leone.

The Riverkeeper

Pat Banks is deeply devoted to the health of Kentucky River. She cares—and she wants you to care, too.

Catholic Charities Refugee Program in Portland, Maine

Catholic Charities USA has a Language Services division for refugees in Portland, Maine. For more information visit

American Sequitur Installation

A short time-lapse of my 2014 installation at the Artisphere in Arlington, Va. for an exhibition of my American Sequitur project.