Project List, by genre:

FILMMAKING //  reel //  break my heart // eavesdropping films // what remains // a heavy burden // fault lines // zoom in eps 24-36

WRITING // publication archive // ex nihilo // letters from an AI Poet // remotion play festival 2021 // remotion 2020 // veil //terra nova

Archive
links, press, etc.

in reverse chronological order

2021

Paseo Artistico: History Matters in the Mission

Plays on 24th St. in Mission SF
Video Producer & Editor


Podcast Interview with Chuck Snyder:
Cathead Conversations Ep. 12



Guest Services Coordinator at CAAMFest

Filmmaker Q&A's:
SHAKE IT OFF! Shorts Program
ONE VOICE + LET’S REMEMBER OUR ANCESTORS (TA HASSO I MANAINA)
DIRECT TO TAIWAN Shorts Program



2020
 
 
AZN Zine: Staff Writer
Website
 Instagram

Published in Issue 2:
Short Story: '30 Things' (p. 38)
Poem: 'i am holding up a sign for you at some regional transport center' (p. 54)



Unlock Her Potential Program finalist


Asian American Film Lab 
Unfinished Works Co-Coordinator

press:
Asian American Arts Alliance Event Annoucement
The Californer Article



SoCreate Screenwriting Stimulus finalist


Indolent Books poetry publication:
'this city will breathe again this city will breathe again'



Letters  from an AI Poet to its Creator
Twitter @theaipoet

Chapman Univerisity research poster

100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics Summit Presentation
Women in AI Ethics Medium Article



rEMOTION Play Festival
Playbill
Festival Website
Full Youtube playlist

individual plays:
By the Bay    (wri. & dir.)
Nico and Eileen Walk Down a Sidewalk    (wri.)
Lumpy Pancake Batter is Good    (wri.)
The Handyman    (wri.)



Kelp Journal poetry publication:
'in addition to'


Chapman News feature:
'Student Steps Out Against Fear and Racism Targeting Asian Americans'



2019

Paris Play Festival
'Terra Nova' Best Feature Script Quarterfinalist 


2018

Calliope Magazine poetry publication:
'Olympians' & 'There Were Flowers at the Train Station'


2014


My Hero International Film Festival Finalist
'The Perfect Mayor' KQED Feature
Article: 'Heroic Celebration: BAYCAT Original Shorts to be Featured'