About

I’m a journalist and documentary filmmaker based in New York City. Fault Lines on Al Jazeera has been my home for the past several years where I’ve produced over a dozen films on topics that cover race, policing, women's issues, surveillance and technology all around the U.S. I’ve done a combination of quick-turnaround breaking news pieces, long-form investigative documentaries and highly-stylized think piece films.

Also, about me: I hail from Austin, Texas and Gujarat, India (via my parents). I’ve been known to make production schedules for non-work activities. I often reference Back To The Future movies.

Full CV here.

Awards

2017 News and Documentary Emmy nomination, The Anacortes Disaster
2017 The Society of Environmental Journalists award, The Anacortes Disaster
2015 News and Documentary Emmy nomination, Ferguson: City Under Siege
2015 National Association of Black Journalists Excellence Award, Ferguson: City Under Siege
2015 RTDNA Kaleidoscope Award, Ferguson: Race and Justice in the US
2015 National Headliner Awards, Deadly Force: Arming America's Police
2015 National Headliner Awards, Ferguson: Race and Justice in the US
2010 Austin Film Festival Audience Award, Pink Chaddis