Bustle.com Videos

A small sampling of my work at Bustle.com, where I worked for a year and four months as a Video Producer.

How To Get A Bikini Body – For Feminists!

Conceived, wrote, produced, directed, and edited. Garnered over 22k shares and 1.5 million views in the first 24 hours after publishing on Facebook. Declared “toxic garbage” by this guy. Made the disgraced founder of VICE mad.

How Street Harassment Affects Female Bicycle Messengers

Conceived, produced, directed, and edited this short documentary on the dangerous environment female bicycle messengers work in every day. Assistant camera. Shot over 3 days in Philadelphia, PA.  The first completed episode of Bustle’s documentary series Not Safe For Women. Featured on Cyclingtips and Women You Should Know. Chosen for the 2017 GiddyUP! Film Tour. Shared over 3.8k times on Facebook, garnering over one million views.

Women Try Boudoir Photography For The First Time

Bustle’s first “Bustle Tries” episode. Conceived, researched, produced, and edited this episode. Assistant camera. Featured on BuzzFeed, The Huffington Post, SomeEcards and SofiaVergara.com. Over 8.8k shares on Facebook and 1.5 million views.

 

Love, Factually (Season 2): Can You Train Your Brain To Fall In Love?

Lead producer for Season 2 of “Love, Factually.” Did all research and wrote every script for all 8 episodes. Produced, directed, and edited the premiere episode of the second season.

Love, Factually: What Happens To Our Brains When We Go Through A Breakup? 

Conceived, produced, wrote and edited the first episode of Bustle’s original sex and relationships series. Featured on The WrapGreatist, Huffington Post and Elite Daily.

5 Things You Should Never Say To Female Star Wars Fans

Produced, collaboratively scripted and edited. Garnered 2.5 million views on Facebook in the first 48 hours after publish and shared over 35k times.

Rain Dove: Fashion’s Anti-Hero

Conceived, researched, produced, and edited this short documentary for New York Fashion Week 2015. Featured on The Huffington Post, AfterEllen, and SheWired.

Can Straight People Guess What Gay Slang Terms Mean?

Conceived, researched, produced, and edited. Featured on BuzzFeed, MTV.com, Distractify, Cosmopolitan, The Advocate, Total Sorority Move, and Elite Daily.

Why Straight Women Love Drag Queens

Conceived, produced, collaboratively shot, and edited. Shot and edited with a turnaround of only 4 days for Christmas 2015.

Love, Factually: Why Does Passion Fade? 

Conceived, produced, wrote and edited the sixth episode of Bustle’s original sex and relationships series. Produced the most episodes of the series out of a team of five producers (3 out of 8 episodes).

What Is The Body Positive Movement?

Produced, scripted, and edited. Featured on SELF.com and EverydayFeminism.com. Shared over 8.9k times on Facebook.

Women Try Kylie Jenner’s Beauty Routine

Produced and edited the first episode of the series Beauty Mark. Shared 1.9k times on Facebook. Bustle’s most viewed episode of Beauty Mark at over 700k views.

3 Smoothies That Double As Face Masks

Had a large voice in rebranding Beauty Mark to be more accessible and quirky. Produced, shot and edited this episode.

Bustle Tries Competitive Eating

Bustle staffers try competitive eating with competitive eating champion Mikki Sudo.

Love, Factually: How Have Women Shaped Hookup Culture?

Conceived, produced, wrote and edited the fourth episode of Bustle’s original sex and relationships series.

6 Things You Should Never Say to A Female Football Fan

Collaboratively scripted, produced, and edited. Shared over 1.1k times on Facebook before Super Bowl 50.

What Does LGBTQA+ Mean?

Conceived, produced, scripted, hosted and edited. Featured on AfterEllen. Shared over 700 times on Facebook.

This Is My Coming Out Story

Conceived, produced, interviewed and edited for National Coming Out Day 2015.

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models Give Advice To Their Younger Selves

Conceived, produced, interviewed and edited for the Swimsuits For All campaign. Shared over 1.9k times on Facebook. Featured on Greatist,

Women Try Sword Fighting For The First Time

Conceived, produced, assistant camera, and edited.

5 Things Female MMA Fighters Want You To Know

Conceived, assistant produced and edited.

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