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 make a show about contraception called "When Used Correctly." I'm based in Washington, DC.
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.