Reported and fastened together over a year and a half, this story follows the Pahs, a family of Karen-Burmese refugees who immigrated to Ithaca, New York. The full project includes a series of video interviews, slideshows, a photo essay, and written pieces.
This is a selected collection of my work with video, photography and slideshows. Software used include Finalcut Pro, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign Soundslides, Adobe Flash, and Dragon Stop Motion.
As an intern for the brilliant team at PhotoSynthesis Productions, I helped produce the social documentary "They Call it Myanmar" by editing down hours of raw footage filmed in this mostly inscrutable nation. I also managed the company's social media footprint, transcribed audio, researched archival footage and helped out on site during shoots. social media footprint and updated website.
This was a short video about "Water Theory" a collection of three installations by Ithaca College's Megan Roberts, associate professor of television and radio, and Raymond Ghirardo, professor of art, that used water as a metaphor and a thematic interpretation.
The video was filmed with a GY camera and edited with Finalcut Pro. The finished product was featured in The Ithacan.
This news package on the Annual Ithaca Adult Spelling Bee was produced in the spring of 2009 as part of a broadcast news course. The story was filmed on a GY HM700 PROHD camera and edited in Finalcut Pro.
This is a stop-motion experiment created with my sister, Li Fong. H. Dump was built from scratch from the wireframe to the finished claymation product and this short test was built and filmed over the course of two days.