GROOMED, Documentary Feature Film - Co-Producer, Release date 2019
Anger Over Garbage in Lebanon Blossoms into Demands for Reform - Videographer + Reporter
Kardashians, But in Lebanon? Meet 'The Sisters' - Videographer + Reporter
Campaign Video for Nawaya Network and UNICEF in Lebanon
Palmyra Museum: Photos Reveal the Treasures Lost - The Wall Street Journal
Lebanese Citizens, Syrian Refugees Find Common Ground in Beirut’s Art Scene - The Wall Street Journal
Iraqi Refugees Who Fled Islamic State Face Somber Christmas in Lebanon - The Wall Street Journal
Reforming the grid: Can the US keep up with 21st century energy demands? - Al Jazeera English
Chicago's mental health clinic closings: 20 months later - Al Jazeera English
THIS AMERICAN LIFE: WARTIME RADIO
Reporter Dana Ballout tells the story of Radio Fresh, a community station in Syria that the local listeners depend on, and local militant factions try to shut down. (22 minutes)
KERNING CULTURES: SAIGON TO SANAA
The little-known, intertwining of history between Yemen and Vietnam, told through the lens of a single family. Part I of a story told in two parts. Nearly 40 years later, Faraj continues his family’s history of migration, this time further west as he moves from Yemen to the USA. In Part two, we shed light on his experience as he navigates modern Arab migration, while simultaneously watching his home country spiral into a violent war. Part II of Faraj’s story: the USA.
KERNING CULTURES: HER SIDE OF THE STORY
Ghada and Ranyah don’t know each other, but their stories have a lot in common. When they each married their husbands, everybody around them assumed they’d live happily ever after. It didn’t turn out that way for either of them. They were both left to rebuild a new identity as single women in the Middle East, all while raising their family. In this episode, we hear their stories of journeying through divorce, and what came next.
KERNING CULTURES: REVIVING HAMRA STREET
The street artist whose mission is to paint Beirut's diaries on its walls.