She has also produced and directed 7 independent short films analysing multicultural patterns in T&T society, exploring the diversity that exists.
Educated at Boston University, she has received a BA in TV and Film Production and a Minor in Anthropology as well as an MA in Documentary Film Making from Goldsmiths College. London, England.
Her work focuses on documenting aspects of Caribbean culture by exploring multiple traditions and patterns of life to gain an understanding of the nuanced customs that reflect an interweaving of philosophies of the many ethnicities that contributed to the development of Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean. A sense of timelessness is felt, and a feeling that the stories told have been going on forever, and are now unearthed and told for the 1st time.
Her documentaries presents glimpses into the history and diversity of contributing cultures to the region, offering an understanding of what it is to be authentically of the Caribbean.
Work in Progress
2023 - Trinidad
2023 - Trinidad
banwari man and the canoe makers
2020 - Trinidad
2019 - Trinidad
2006 - Tobago
Screened at the 2006 Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival, Moscow Visual Anthropology Film Festival, Belize International Film Festival, Travelling Carribbean Film Festival (Cuba), Eco Seaflower Festival (Columbia), Tricycle Cinema (London), Washinton DC Pan African Film Festival, Carifesta XI Suriname. Screened also on TTT (Trinidad & Tobago Local Television Station)
ivan the terrible
2004 - Grenada, Trinidad
A half-hour documentary on the aftermath of Hurricane Ivan’s devastation to the island of Grenada. Interviews with locals give a sense of the total shock and chaos which gripped the island.
Screened at the 2004 Belize International Film Festival and on Gayelle, The Channel