A one-minute snapshot of varied lives along the Mekong River in Cambodia. Originally posted on National Geographic's Voices blog

Quick-hits of a trip with the Documentation Center of Cambodia through several islands in the Mekong River, near Kratie. These islands would all be threatened by the Sambor dam, one of several proposed dams on the mainstream Mekong River. Originally posted on National Geographic's Voices blog

Selected interviews and footage from two of the main parts of the Orange River Development Project. This video was produced for a presentation to community members around Colesberg, South Africa and was originally posted on National Geographic's Voices blog

 

During the 2014-2015 academic year, I was the Duke University chapter president of Students of the World, an organization that trains and supports budding filmmakers and storytellers. Together, teams of students and I shot and edited multiple videos and calls-to-action on social issues. Those videos can be viewed at dukesow.wordpress.com. 

Ishan's Thakore Final Submission for the 2015 "Look Up Film Challenge" and winner of the Historic Preservation Award. 

A look at Lost Romance's recent CMJ Music Marathon show at the Delancey in New York City.

A short film for Adobe's Project 1324 film competition (2015)

A quick look at Professor Tony Brown's classes - Enterprising Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship in Action - and his teaching style. Produced for the Hart Leadership Program

A short narrative film about a girl who hates her job...and has an idea of what she'd rather be doing. 

A quick look at Professor Bob Korstad's class, "History of Poverty in the US" and his teaching style. Produced for the Hart Leadership Program. 

A quick look at Professor Alma Blount's class "Adaptive Leadership" and her teaching style. Produced for the Hart Leadership Program. 

Presented by Democracy North Carolina in partnership with the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. Served as a student researcher, interviewer and editor.  

A short video on the student club of the WISER NGO at Duke University. Credit to Sarah Gorvetzian and Carolyn Yao for helping to edit and film, as well as the WISER student club for filming help.