A collection of documentary photography capturing the students, parents, teachers and spaces of Philadelphia's underfunded School district, by Lendl Tellington, Sarah Milinski, Sahar Coston-Hardy, and Marco Hill. 

Originally exhibited at Gravy Studio and Gallery, this project later included in reForm, an art installation by Macarthur genius, Pepon Osorio and the youth of Fairhill Elementary.


For some, science is a call to action. For others, it's a longing to explore uncharted regions of the world. And sometimes science is how we find love. Science Stories is a collection of short films and audio stories looking at how science changes the way we see the world around us.

Science Stories is produced by science museum,  The Franklin Institute and supported by an Advancement grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

Ritual Union: Ikiré Jones FW14 Short Film

Across burning desert sands and through sweltering forests the suitors came. All of them sought her hand but only one of them would be her chosen.

A narrative short film for Ikire Jones' Fall/Winter 2014 Collection.

Philadelphia in the Summer of 64’

Tasked with developing culturally significant programming in Philadelphia’s historic Brewerytown neighborhood, I produced and curated an engaging speakeasy experience pairing acclaimed musical talent with original video projections.

These events resulted in an immersive community dialogue about the musically rich yet racially charged moments from summer 64– a time that continues to shape the city of Brotherly Love today.

Fairmount Water Works Freshwater Mussel Hatchery

Funded by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Fairmount Waterworks (FWW) in collaboration with  Habitheque, Inc. commissioned a series of videos that provide the general public with knowledge about the overlooked importance of freshwater mussels and the scientists who work to preserve their existence. These short documentaries are now on permanent display at the FWW Mussel Hatchery in Philadelphia.

Justin Bogle & Avance

In 2009, Justin Bogle became the youngest chef to earn 2 michelin stars. Fast forward to 2013, Bogle returns to his hometown of Philadelphia to open a restaurant. I was commissioned to produce a series of short films that follow Justin and his team on this journey.