I am a film director, a screenwriter, and a creative producer.
I produced and directed a first narrative feature: According to Her in 2016 which landed many festivals, a handful of awards, and got me nominated for the NBC Universal Emerging Director. I am now working on a second narrative feature.
Before embracing the indie film scene, I worked as a video artist and my short experimental films have screened in art venues such as the Basel Kunsthalle, the Palais de Tokyo, and the Korean Art Foundation and in a few galleries.
As a screenwriter, I wrote three narrative feature screenplays: Screenshots (2022), Turn the Tide (2018) – a Final Draft competition finalist, According to Her (2016), and a TV series pilot: The Doorwoman (2017).
As a creative producer, I worked on various commercials, music videos, and infomercials. My favorite ones are Klimt, Gold in Motion (2022), a TV spot for an immersive exhibition, and Elmhurst Strong (2021), a pro bono infomercial shot during the pandemic to help recruit hospital residents.
I hold an MFA and a Ph.D. in Art History from Sorbonne University and because I love sharing what I am passionate about, I have been an associate professor of modern and contemporary art at Sorbonne University, a lecturer at the Museum of Modern Art, and most recently a professor at Stevens Institute of Technology.