DiverseCITY* 

(selected segments)

Bronx - Port Morris, the South Bronx**

Queens - Willets Point: Iron Triangle Holdouts

Bronx - Spuyten Duyvil: The Villa Rosa Bonhuer

Bronx - Parkchester:  Capping the Cross Bronx

Brooklyn -East New York: Community Land Trust

Queens -  South Ozone Park: Redistricting

Brooklyn -Brooklyn Navy Yard: Local Jobs

Bronx -West Farms: Lambert Houses

Manhattan -Two Bridges: Two Community Plans

Brooklyn - Coney Island: Boardwalk Business

Queens - Flushing: The People's Plan

Brooklyn - Bushwick: Comida Pal Pueblo

Queens - Jackson Heights: ICE Watch

Brooklyn - Greenpoint: Industrial Businesses

Brooklyn - Bed-Stuy: TPT vs Property Owners of Color

Queens - The Rockaways: A Tale of Two Peninsulas (with Marlene Peralta)

Bronx - Co-Op City: Voices of Co-Op City 

*I am a segment producer and editor for this show (editor since early 2020).

**For the final episode, I stepped in to lead production on the episode as a whole.​
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Shades of U.S. 

(Selected)

Shady Historian (segment)
Neither Here Nor There: The Indo-Caribbean Diaspora*
Identity Through a DNA Lens**

Emily Raboteau (segment)***

Ann Morning (segment)

*For this themed episode, I pitched the concept, booked all the guests, interviewed two of the three, and wrote two of three scripts. The episode is one of the show's most watched online with more than 50,000 YouTube views.

**This was another concept episode I pitched and spearheaded.

***This whole episode was nominated for a N.Y. Emmy. I produced the segment featuring Emily Raboteau.​


Potus 2016*

Trump Upset!

*From mid-2015 until 2017, we produced a presidential-focused roundtable show that aired coast to coast on 100+ local public stations. I booked and wrote questions for guests, usually striving for POC and women commentators, such as in the example here, with journalist Marcela Valdes the day after the 2016 presidential election. 


BrianLehrer.Tv​

(Selected)

Asylum and Immigration Special*
What's Islam got to do with it?**

*I pitched this special episode on asylum and immigration, producing the first three of the four segments.

**In my first year at CUNY TV, 2014, I booked Reza Aslan to explain the rise of ISIS and produced the segment. This episode has garnered more than 26,000 YouTube views.