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A Snapshot of Indigenous Soil Knowledge in Gourel Yoba, Senegal (11min, miniDV, 2007: dir, cin, ed, co-prod): An exploration of farming practices in Peace Corps volunteer Cory Owens’ village, it was produced as a companion piece to her Master’s International thesis project in soil science. Watch it here, or a shortened, World Wise Schools version here.
Pilgrim’s Progress (18min, miniDV, 2004: dir, prod, ed, cin): A look at the ties and conflicts between poultry producer Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation, former rancher Susan Nugent, and their small East Texas community. Done as my Plan II Honors undergraduate thesis project, it was funded by a UT Undergraduate Research Fellowship, a Plan II Thesis Grant, and a UT College of Communication CCS Career Development Grant. It screened at the 2004 CinemaTexas International Film Festival.
HUMP (12min, miniDV, 2003: co-dir, -prod, -ed, -cin): Thrills and spills with Doug Baum’s Texas Camel Corps and four camel trekkers. A collaborative effort for the University of Texas Radio-TV-Film course “Intro to Documentary,” it screened at the 2003 CinemaTexas International Film Festival and the 2003 Rural Route Film Festival.