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Born in France, raised in Canada, now in the United States. A film director, photographer, music composer, strategic political communicator, and former Presidential Appointee under Joe Biden, my work centers on the issues that matter most.


Early Days: In 2014, I produced a 90-minute documentary on the climate crisis featuring National Geographic's Sylvia Earle. It screened at the Blue Ocean Film Festival — hosted biennially by H.S.H. Prince Albert II — and won. That was at age 14.


In a Nutshell: Through artistic collaborations with the United Nations, Morgan Freeman, survivors of the Ukraine war, and others, my work has hit television screens and newspapers in Germany, India, Italy, South Africa, Canada, Spain, Morocco, Portugal, the United States, and beyond.


Highlight Reel: I believe that stories — and how they are told — can change the world. In 2018, I directed a music video with gun violence victims that reached #1 on Rolling Stone's trending list. I then produced a handful of short films for Martin Luther King III, the son of the civil rights leader. And in 2020, my 'get out to vote' PSA premiered on The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC.


The Call To Serve: In 2023, President Biden's White House appointed me as CNCS Press Secretary, where I helped promote the historic launch of the American Climate Corps. Through my various political campaign, advocacy, and government roles, I've engaged press at every level  CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, BBC, New York Times, Oprah, GQ, People Magazine, Reuters, AP, and countless more.


Now: I currently serve as Strategic Advisor for the NAACP. And as you read this, odds are I'm also fostering a dog, doing improv, or up north chasing the Northern Lights for my next documentary. I am always looking for opportunities to tell transformative stories that will make the future brighter, and democracy more resilient.

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