I’m a reporter, researcher, fact-checker, and filmmaker who contributes to long-form and investigative projects.
I’m a fellow at Fault Lines, Al Jazeera’s current affairs documentary program about the United States. I conduct research and assist with production.
Before, I interned at Type Investigations. Highlights at Type: filing 80 public records requests across the country, and learning a whole lot about the military justice system. (The stories I helped research are still TK.)
I shot and edited a short documentary about moving to the United States as a child and forgetting my native language. That film, Masha & Dasha, has screened at film festivals in Slovenia and Ohio. Now, I speak French at an advanced level and am conversational in Russian.
I’ve interned as a reporter at the Montreal Gazette—you can read some of my work here. I earned a graduate diploma in visual journalism from Concordia University in Montreal in 2018.
In the past, I was a community organizer, communications person, and curriculum developer. A more complete CV is on my LinkedIn.