ASKlabs works collaboratively with artists, scientists, and engineers to tell inspiring stories of creativity and innovation for public audiences. We help share their amazing stories of process and discovery by creating engaging digital content and programs for public audiences, from digital content to events and exhibitions. Our award-winning films have screened internationally on screens large and small. We've documented a Feminist Hackathon at the MIT Media Lab, Richard Serra's largest outdoor work to date, and the creation of the world's largest kinetic lightning machine. Explore our film and video projects below:
DOCUMENTARY : POPULAR SCIENCE TV
As a biologist, my inquisitive nature served me well as a storyteller and interviewer. Working in various capacities (from Researcher to Segment Producer) on popular science documentaries for television. I got to work with people who became my best friends and mentors: creative storytellers, writers, and auteurs, who so generously mentored me as a producer and filmmaker. During my time working in television I received my storytelling and production education on-the-job every day. I got to interview famous scientists and celebrities, and tell stories of innovation and ingenuity. I am so thankful for all of my mentors, colleagues, and supporters along the way to becoming a documentary filmmaker.
"The Electrum Documentary" Broadcast on PBS in 2000
"From Star Wars to Star Wars: The Story of Industrial Light & Magic" Broacast on FOX in 1998
"Sightings - Bioperfection: Building a New Human Race" Broadcast on the Scifi Channel in 1998