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The Family I Had
The Family I Had Producer
(2017)
The (Dead Mothers) Club
(2014)
American Meat
American Meat Producer
(2013)

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 2013/I The Ones You Love (production assistant)
 2011 Buck (Documentary) (transcriber)
 2010 The Tillman Story (Documentary) (production intern/transcriber)
 2009 Starsuckers (Documentary) (researcher)
 2008 Courting Condi (senior researcher)
 2008 Thank You, Mr. President: Helen Thomas at the White House (TV Movie documentary) (researcher)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (4 credits)
  No Place for Children (Documentary) (producer) (filming)
 2017 The Family I Had (Documentary) (producer)
 2014 The (Dead Mothers) Club (Documentary) (producer)
 2013 American Meat (Documentary) (producer)
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  No Place for Children (Documentary) (filming)
 2017 The Family I Had (Documentary) (co-director)
 2014 The (Dead Mothers) Club (Documentary)
Hide Hide Show Show Editorial department (1 credit)
 2011 The Swell Season (Documentary) (assistant editor)
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 2009 Capitalism: A Love Story (Documentary) (location fixer)
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