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I work at The Washington Post as video editor of The Lily, a publication of The Washington Post that elevates stories critical to the lives of women. I launched The Lily's first weekly show. "When Used Correctly" is an entertaining and informative show about contraception. I'm based in Washington, D.C.

I'm interested in telling visual stories in new ways. I believe that stories can only be impactful when art meets journalism.

I co-direct Voices, the Asian American Journalists Association's training fellowship for minority student journalists.

Before joining The Post, I was a visual journalist at KPCC, a national public radio affiliate in Los Angeles. I've been an adjunct instructor at the USC Annenberg School for Journalism. I've worked at newspapers throughout California. I studied art at UCLA.

I’m available for freelance work.