Currently, I am a special video correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor, and a casting, research and development consultant for Spacestation, a Brooklyn-based production company specialized in unscripted content and documentary films.
I’m an accomplished bilingual video journalist based in Brooklyn, NY, who earned an undergraduate degree from New York University. I also have a Master’s degree in Journalism with a concentration in International Multimedia Reporting from the City University of New York, Graduate School of Journalism. See the speech I gave to my graduating CUNY J-school class in 2011 here.
My personal immigrant experience in the U.S. informs my journalism work, and creative projects.
I attended New York public schools while living as a French national and an undocumented elementary school student. Born in Paris, I’m a dual national of France and now, the U.S. with professional experience in translation, broadcasting, online marketing, documentary film, and education spanning France, South Korea and the U.S.
My journalism work has appeared in news outlets like, The Associated Press, BuzzFeed News, Reuters.com, WNYC, CISAC News (France), ARTE (France), Gwangju News (South Korea), The Christian Science Monitor, GFN-Radio (South Korea), WSJ.com and Meet the Press on NBC News.
I am represented by Zeynep Sen at Wordlink Literary Agency.
Photo by: Maddiewalkslondon
Updated September 2020