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short story 

Published Finalist

Across generations and a changing world, an Indian family preserves its traditions through food, dance, and the latest communication fads.

The Regeneration of Travel -- WaPo x Marriott Bonvoy

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Webby Honoree

A Diné photographer and outdoorswoman brings us along on her journey home to New Mexico

Girlfriend Collective


Summer Slowdown campaign for this sustainable activewear brand

Expedition Reclamation


Best in Festival -- 2022 No Man's Land Film Festival

Best Environmentalist Film -- 2022 Vancouver Independent FF

Best Climate Documentary -- Boden Int'l Film Festival

12 Black, Indigenous, and Women of Color redefine "outdoorsy" & reclaim belonging in outdoor recreation.

as part of The Brave Space Project

Samara's Reconnection: Eddie Bauer

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Final film in the Live Your Adventure Season 2 series highlighting healing through outdoor recreation.

Visit Native California: Pergish

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Films highlighting Visit California's new Visit Native California initiative, seeking to reclaim the narrative in tourism by highlighting Indigenous perspectives.

Lil Idli | "Allergic"

music video

heartbreak and longing as we grapple with our estranged human relationship to the earth.

SHAZ & KIKS: Moringa Oil Launch


culture and community through heritage hair oiling rituals. a product launch film for this Ayurvedic beauty brand.

Marigold | The Film

music film

For Anusha Savi: a story of blossoming through community, culture, and self-validation.

Carlisle 200

short documentary

Carlisle 200 follows Native bikers Guarina Lopez (Pascua Yaqui) and Tsinnijinnie Russell (Diné) on a 200-mile prayer ride from Washington, D.C. to the cemetery at Carlisle Indian Boarding School in Carlisle, PA. Through rain and shine on the long gravel trail, Guarina, Tsinnijinnie, and fellow activist-bikers honor the 190+ children buried at Carlisle and raise awareness of the history and ongoing impact of the residential boarding school system on Indigenous communities.

Outbound Collective: City Projects

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First in a 4-part series highlighting City Project leaders who are working to make the outdoors accessible for all.

Tinariwen | "Nànnuflày"

spec music video

searching for self-fulfillment.

Nan Macmillan | August and the In Between

album film

nature as an inspiration for music.

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