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  • Screenwriter/Director, Roses are Red (award-winning student film about acting on a crush)

  • Director, Tina's Story (an award-winning documentary that used precise interview questions to elicit a dramatic retelling of a hospice patient's WWII survival story)

  • Screenwriter, A Date with the Future, (a 15-page sci-fi comedy about time-travel and dating)

  • Screenwriter, The Elevator (a comedy about the unique relationship between elevator passengers)

  • Screenwriter/Director, The Exit (short film about leaving the scene of a crime)

  • Screenwriter/Director, The Library (short film about test stress)


  • Founder, Reel Girls Film Festival ( (2019-Present)​

    • Launched first all-girls' international film festival to encourage, support young female filmmakers.

    • Reel Girls Film Festival had over 400 submissions and 1000 attendees in its inaugural year.

  • Director, Reel Girls Organization (2020-Present)

    • Established Reel Girls as a federal not-for-profit organization to further support underprivileged  young female filmmakers with the goal to create annual grants for equipment purchases and scholarships

  • Student, Harvard Secondary School Course, "Organized Crime: Mafias in Theory, in Film, and in Reality​" Awarded 4 Credits, A- 

  • Student,  NYU Dramatic Writing Summer Program (2020) Awarded 6 credits 4.0 GPA

  • Student, Harvard PreCollege Psychology Course "Why Movies Move Us" taught by Nathan David Roberts, BA (2020)​

  • Participant, New York Film Academy Los Angeles (2019)

    • Completed 3 short films in the 6-week Filmmaking 2 seminar.

  • Student, Screenwriting MasterClass with Tom Benderek (2019)

  • Active Member, Liaison of Independent Filmmaking Toronto (L.I.F.T.) (2018-Present)

    • Participate frequently in industry workshops to improve skills, including Camera Theory, Intro to Independent Filmmaking, The Art of the Interview, Premier Pro.

  • Participant, Interlochen Arts Academy Cinema Program (2014-2017)

    • Worked with a team to write and direct several film shorts.


  • Resident Filmmaker, Philip Aziz Hospice (2018-Present)

    • Created training, promotional & social media videos for hospice; worked on archival film project "Living Histories."

  • Archival Filmmaker, Great Lakes Hospice 

    • Created short films of hospice patients for families, started the Living History Short Film Project. (2016-2017)

  • Head of BH Film Club, Branksome Hall (2019 - Present)

    • Led video and film projects with student members, During Covid, moved the club to virtual format with a focus on viewing and discussion of classic films 

  • 10th Grade Student Leader (Council Rep), Branksome Hall Student Council (2019-2020 )

    • Elected as 1 of 2 students to represent Class of 2022; duties include meeting with administration, leading class at assemblies/events, and regularly communicating with the student body. 

  • Participant,​ Global Student Leadership Summit (2020)​

    • Attended the conference, learned leadership skills, and shared with the BH community

  • Archival Filmmaker, Great Lakes Hospice (2016-2017)

    • ​Created training, promotional videos for hospice; worked on archival film project "Living Histories."


  • BH Leadership Award (2020)

  • High Honor Roll/Honour Roll (2018 - present)  4.0 Unweighted Ontario GPA, Top 10% of Class

  • Spanish Award (highest-achieving Spanish student in BH Class of 2022) (2019)(2020)

  • Drama Award (2020)

  • Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award (2020)

  • Best High School Film, Ogeechee History Film Festival (2018)

  • Rising Star Award, One Race Film Festival (2018)

  • People's Choice Nominee, Kids Film It Festival (2019) (2020)

  • 2nd Place High School Documentary, CineStudent Film Festival (2019)

  • Official Selection, Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, Voices of Hope Student Film Festival (2019)


  • Recreational Runner (2016-Present)

  • Piano Soloist (2008-Present)

  • Member, Photography Club (2020-present)

  • Recreational Kitesurfer (2018- Present)

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