MINIDOKA

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A Blue Chalk Media film, 2019

This short documentary follows a young Japanese-American man as he retraces his ancestors’ footsteps through a Japanese internment camp, and draws a parallel to the xenophobic socio-political climate of today.

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Executive Producers: Greg Moyer, Pam Huling
Creative Director: Rob Finch
Director / Producer: Megumi Nishikura
Director of Photography: Megan Eleanor Clark
Additional Cinematography: Whitney Bradshaw, Brian Dawson
Editors: Kylie Juggert, Megan Eleanor Clark

Fighting for Racial Equality: A Conversation Between Generations

A Blue Chalk Media film, 2017

This documentary weaves together three conversations between activists from two generations, one from the Civil Rights era and another from the Black Lives Matter movement. Together, these pairs explore how race, racism and activism has evolved over the past years, and how to move forward.

Shown at: New York Short Film Festival 2018

Role: Editor

America's Opioid Crisis: Portraits of an Epidemic

A Blue Chalk Media film, 2017

This short documentary takes a critical look at the opioid epidemic, drawing from voices in the medical community, corrections officers and opioid addicts.

Role: Editor