Mobile Health: Apps for Every Age and Ouch is an interactive multimedia project that I designed, reported, produced and coded. It won a 2015 Online Journalism Award from the Online News Association. It explores how health apps affect us throughout the lifespan, examines their potential for cost savings in the health care system and looks into the future of these technologies.

In the short documentary Caring for Mom, I share the story of a daughter who spends her days caring for other people's aging parents before coming home to care for her own mother, Aurora, who has Alzheimer's disease. This video was published by NPR.

In Mission Market Owners Are 'Grocers With a Heart,' I explore what a neighborhood market means to San Francisco's Mission residents who depend on it for healthy food at a fair price. 

Soul Line Dancers is a video I produced for the KQED State of Health blog. In it, you'll meet an Oakland native whose mission in life is to help her fellow community members get healthier — to the beat of soul music.