Stories and studio work of Boston University students
I helped produce and/or direct as a Teaching Assistant

A weekly remote newscast produced and edited for BU News Service as part of the TV Newsroom class taught by journalism professor and broadcaster Susan Walker.

Produced in studio, an exclusive interview with antiracist scholar Dr. Ibram X. Kendi as part of the Art of the Interview class taught by adjunct journalism professor and broadcaster Andrea Kremer. My involvement included preparing the studio set, directing, and editing the interview.


TV packages and documentaries I produced by myself

Bernie Sanders won the 2020 New Hampshire primary, emerging as the leading candidate in the race for the Democratic nomination at the time. We talked to New Hampshire residents to find out why they trusted the Vermont senator. Aired on BUTV10.

WCVB reporter Matt Reed’s job changed significantly when the coronavirus pandemic brought upon a nationwide quarantine. Reed talks about the challenges he’s facing when reporting remotely. Produced for Boston University.

The CTE Center and the Concussion Legacy Foundation continue to share awareness about brain injuries in sports, hoping to change the discourse around the issue practically non-existent back in 2007, when former New England Patriots linebacker Ted Johnson told the world how concussions he had suffered in his career almost destroyed his life.

Just before the coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc on U.S. soil and social distancing guidelines became the new norm, Bostonians rushed into stores in search of Valentine’s Day presents for their loved ones. We spoke to a few of them to find out how they celebrated the special day this February. Aired on BUTV10.

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