Client: Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University
The Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) is dedicated to documentary expression and its role in creating a more just society. A nonprofit affiliate of Duke University, CDS teaches, produces, and presents the documentary arts across a full range of media—photography, audio, film, writing, experimental and new media—for students and audiences of all ages. CDS is renowned for innovative undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education classes; the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival; curated exhibitions; international prizes; award-winning books; radio programs and a podcast; and groundbreaking projects.
- Researched, coordinated and produced photo documentation project "WHAT WE CARRY" on transitory identity in the American South, featured in the North Carolina Folklife Conference featuring local cultural figures in the Durham and Chapel Hill arts industry.
- Created and led course on "Oral History and Social Movements"