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VOTE TEXAS! - March On 2020 - Photo/Cinema
Talking to young voters in Houston and Austin in Celebration of the March On Bus Tour Launch. Photos series and Cinematography
Dirt Bikes Saved My Life - Guardian 2018 - Photo
Motocross Freestyle Street riding is a global phenomenon, celebrated in the community and vilified by the authorities - Project in development since 2009 - photographs-/original story with and words by Annalies Winny
WEBBIE WINNER! If Cities Could Dance -KQED 2018- Cinema
Director of Photography - short series on Dance featuring Baltimore Club - Director Jessica Jones
Chinese Trawlers, African Waters - Vice 2017 - Photo
Chinese Fishing vessels encroach on Liberian artisanal fisherman, the backbone of the protein supply - photographer - words and original idea Annalies Winny
Ebola Ambulance Drivers - MTM 2014 - Photo/Cinema
Award Winning short about everyday citizens volunteered to be ambulance drivers, to join the fight against the Ebola Virus.
French Dirty - Netflix 2014 - Cinema
Director of Photography - Premiere La Film Fest 2015 - Award Winning Feature Film - Director Wade and Jessie Allain Marcus
The Death of Death - Vice 2018 - Photo
Photographer - Fun times with Immortalists, Futurist and the Singularity in San Diego - Original idea words by Annalies Winny
How I Got Over - Netflix 2013 - Cinema/Photo
Cinematography - Premiere Silver Docs 2013 - Award Winning Feature Documentary - Still Photos - Director Nicole Boxer
Cowgirls of Color - Guardian 2016 - Photo
An original story gone viral, triggering an avalanche of press on Cowgirls of Color - words by Annalies Winny
Baltimore Rising - HBO 2015 - Cinema
Cinematography and Production - Premier on HBO - Award Winning feature documentary - Director Sonja Sohn
Khekhe Monrovia - Personal 2018 - Photo
artist - street series from public transport in Monrovia, Liberia - ongoing personal project
Life Vest Beach - IRC 2015 - Cinema/Photo
Assistant director, B-camera, stills - Raising awareness for refugee issues - Director Debra Kellner
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