Video Producer, Washington, DC
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NPR's Exit Interview With President Obama | Morning Edition | NPR

Role: Editor

What Democracy Looks Like: A Portrait Of Inauguration Weekend

Role: Videographer 

Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Role: Director, producer, editor

Blue Man Group: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Role (Intro): Director, editor
Role (Concert): Director, producer, editor

Mylasia

Mylasia Blocker is a typical 12-year-old girl. Kind, funny, and genuinely curious, she is unbelievably easy to like. Her bedroom is small and ferociously pink – pink walls, pink curtains, pink bed sheets, a pink makeup case – although she insists her favorite color is blue. She dreams of graduating from high school and going on to college, and she would be the first person in her family to do so. She wants to be a fashion designer – but, sometimes, a teacher, singer, rapper and dancer, too. Despite her love for color and fashion, there is something that sets Mylasia apart: she is visually impaired.

Mylasia was born blind, with optic nerve hypoplasia, or underdeveloped optic nerves. She was never supposed to see. Her mother fears she may lose her eyesight completely.

NPR's Exit Interview With President Obama | Morning Edition | NPR

Role: Editor

What Democracy Looks Like: A Portrait Of Inauguration Weekend

Role: Videographer 

Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Role: Director, producer, editor

Blue Man Group: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Role (Intro): Director, editor
Role (Concert): Director, producer, editor

Mylasia

Mylasia Blocker is a typical 12-year-old girl. Kind, funny, and genuinely curious, she is unbelievably easy to like. Her bedroom is small and ferociously pink – pink walls, pink curtains, pink bed sheets, a pink makeup case – although she insists her favorite color is blue. She dreams of graduating from high school and going on to college, and she would be the first person in her family to do so. She wants to be a fashion designer – but, sometimes, a teacher, singer, rapper and dancer, too. Despite her love for color and fashion, there is something that sets Mylasia apart: she is visually impaired.

Mylasia was born blind, with optic nerve hypoplasia, or underdeveloped optic nerves. She was never supposed to see. Her mother fears she may lose her eyesight completely.

NPR's Exit Interview With President Obama | Morning Edition | NPR
What Democracy Looks Like: A Portrait Of Inauguration Weekend
Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
Blue Man Group: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
Mylasia