About

I am a filmmaker, a writer, and a professor based in New York.

I produced and directed my first narrative feature: According to Her in 2016 and I am now working on a second narrative feature.

As a screenwriter, I wrote three narrative feature screenplays: Screenshots (2022), Turn the Tide (2018), According to Her (2016), and a TV series pilot: The Doorwoman (2017). With backgrounds in film and visual art, I also write about the trends I observe in the independent film scene while articulating new ideas based on my own film practice. Read me on Substack.

Before being part of the New York indie film scene, I worked as a video artist in Paris. My videos have been screened in art venues such as Kunsthalle Basel, the Palais de Tokyo, and the Korean Art Foundation. 

Occasionally, I work on commercial gigs. I recently co-produced with Endeavor Klimt, Gold in Motion: a TV spot that made me discover video mapping. I also do pro-bono work. During the pandemic, I filmed Elmhurst Strong to help Queens’ most Covid-impacted hospital recruit new residents.

I hold a Master of Fine Arts and a Ph.D. in Art History. I love teaching and I have been a tenured associate professor at Sorbonne University, a lecturer at the Museum of Modern Art, and a professor of Modern Art at Stevens Institute of Technology.