BECOMING ME (Produced for In The Life Media, 2012)
Eight families with transgender and gender non-conforming children ranging in ages from 5 to 25 share their stories. With the healthy development of their children at stake, parents must confront binary perceptions of gender, widespread transphobia and controversial parenting decisions.
EXPORTING HATE (produced for In The Life Media, 2010)
Exposé of homophobic evangelicals in the U.S. who support anti-gay rhetoric and violence in Uganda. After its initial airing, David Kato, known as the "father of Uganda's gay rights movement," was beaten to death in his home. In this update, we celebrate Kato's life and work, and feature the stories of gay Ugandans risking their lives to speak out against persecution.
BULLYCIDES (produced for In The Life Media, 2011)
"I want people to know my son is not alive because of what
happened to him in his environment at school. I could not
protect him between the hours of 8 to 3."
-- Sirdeaner Walker
Studies show that youth who are bullied are five times more likely to be depressed and to report suicidal thoughts. LGBT children and those who are perceived to be gay, lesbian or challenge traditional gender roles are among those most likely to be targeted by bullies. In this look at the most tragic outcome for kids tormented by kids, we meet the heartbroken families of Carl Joseph Hoover and Erik Mohat who are fighting for federal legislation to protect all children.