Families Can Be Together Forever (2016) Follows the filmmaker’s journey out of the Mormon church—a journey unexpectedly aligned with her first pregnancy. Explores the emotional and spiritual weight of leaving Mormonism, its effect on the mother she hopes to become, and its effect on the mother who raised her.
Official Selection, The Block Film & Art Festival
Best Creative Producing, It's All True Documentary Festival
Semi-Finalist, Atlanta Docufest
Official Selection, Female Filmmakers Film Festival
Conference Selection, University Film & Video Association
The Privileges and Responsibilities of Sisters (2015) Experimental nonfiction short film reveals startling views of Mormon women. Sourced from over forty years of LDS General Conference.
Official Selection, Yoni Fest
Official Selection, Contained Shorts Festival
Official Selection, It's All True Documentary Festival
Motherhood (2015) Observational documentary explores the division of domestic labor.
Sealed (2010) Autobiographical radio documentary which explores divorce and its lingering effect on children. Two decades after their parents' separation, four siblings reflect on the aftermath.
The Sunday Sound (2010 - present) In August of 2010, I challenged myself to create a 60-second sound composition every day of the month. I called it The Daily Sixty. Years later, those one-minute dailies are now weeklies called The Sunday Sound. All pieces are available on my blog, but here are some perennial favorites.