Khmer classical dance (Cambodian ballet) has been preserved for over 1,000 years. Khmer classical dance was established in the early Cambodian royal courts for the purpose of entertainment as well as traditional ceremonies. The dance focuses on graceful hand gestures and and the costumes are very articulate, colorful and stunning.
Produced and edited a teaser about Jon Braver's Delusion, an interactive horror play set in a 108-year-old manor in the heart of the West Adams district.
Lucia Connolly takes us into her world as she performs as the Sugar Plum Fairy in the Nutcracker performance at Santa Monica College.
Produced and edited a series for Food Editor Russ Parsons, giving tips about produce.
Marie "Poppins" Bonnevay is a French popper who now lives in Las Vegas, Nev. I had the opportunity to link up with Poppins while she spent the weekend here in Los Angeles last month. The video shoot was shot in a tunnel entrance to the Los Angeles River.
Guest judge/pastry chef Roxana Jullapat and Los Angeles Times staffers and editors Russ Parsons, Noelle Carter and Jenn Harris tasted and judged 50 cookies for their annual cookie bake off. Readers submitted over 100 of their favorite holiday recipes and the top 50 were chosen by a polling vote.
April 24, 2015 marks the 100th year since the Armenian Genocide. Over 130,000 Armenians marched for over 6 miles to commemorate the 1.5 million victims who were killed by the Ottoman Turkish government. Produced and edited within a one-day deadline.
Being a Diavolo dancer is not easy. Artistic Director Jacques Heim is a passionate, no-nonsense visionary. Trishna Patel spent time with the troupe as it prepared for "Cubicle," which debuts at the Broad Stage on May 1. Produced and edited this piece.
This was my first time collaborating with Los Angeles Times Producer/Host Trishna Patel on an assignment about a Santa Reunion, which took place in January 2015 at Knott's Berry Farm Hotel. Over 200 Santas gathered together to re-kindle new and old friendships and to learn about the Santa business.
Los Angeles Times Producer/Host Trishna Patel and I worked on our second video together about Legacy Runners - a group of runners who have participated in the L.A. Marathon since its beginning in 1986. These runners tell us why they keep coming back and will mark their 30th L.A.