BUILDING AN INCLUSIVE SOCIETY FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

Filmed for UNICEF and the UK DFID to highlight services for children with mobility disabilities and learning differences around Jordan, ahead of the Global Disability Summit in London.

Role: cinematography, editing, motion graphics

 
 

OVERCOMING THE TRAUMA OF WAR

Filmed for Find a Better Way, a UK-based NGO that opened a physiotherapy and psychotherapy clinic in Amman, Jordan for survivors of war injuries. This short film shares the stories of Syrian refugees and therapists working toward recovery.

Role: cinematography, editing, motion graphics, Arabic-English translation and subtitles

 
 
 

BECAUSE THE TREES KNOW ME

A short film on the subject of anthropology of place and space, newcomers talk about their experience coming to Germany through the sentimental objects they carried with them. A sensory exploration of home and memory, stories about these objects tell how people stay connected to people and places after being uprooted from home.

Role: cinematography, editing, Arabic-English translation

 
 
 

COLLATERAL REPAIR PROJECT

Filmed and edited for Collateral Repair Project, a local NGO in Amman, Jordan, highlighting their emergency assistance programs and community center for urban refugees from Iraq, Syria, and Sudan.

Role: cinematography, editing, Arabic-English translation and subtitles

 
 
 

THE KING OF THE BEAT

Amman's top beatboxers get together to talk about why alternative arts scenes are important, and under-appreciated, in Jordan. Being relatively new, beatboxing isn't recognized as a legitimate artform by older generations, but young performing artists have created their own community and organized an annual beatboxing competition, the King of the Beat.

Role: cinematography, editing

 
 
 

BRINGING LIFE BACK TO THE BADIA (TEAsER)

The SEED Project, implemented by the US Forest Service and funded by USAID, aims to rehabilitate the arid lands of Jordan's northern Badia region by cultivating native medicinal plants, harvesting the seeds, and outplanting. Decades of rapid population growth, armed conflict, and mismanagement of scarce water resources have taken their toll on the environment. But the plants help stop the spread of desertification, are useful to local people and animals for grazing, and it provides much-needed employment opportunities to the five women who run the daily operations at the Sabha Community Nursery.

Role: cinematography, editing, motion graphics

 
 
 

DISABILITY RIGHTS IN JORDAN

Campaigners in Jordan want to make the country an easier place to live for people with disabilities. But they are fighting against inaccessible terrain and negative attitudes. For AP TV.

Role: videographer