Film, TV, & Other Digital Media


Intimacy Coordinator

As You AreREALNew Collective, New York City, NY
• Advocated for extra risk-reduction methods to support the physical and emotional health of disabled actors
• Consulted with the writer to ensure all scenes of intimacy were consensual within the narrative of the film
• Choreographed and rehearsed scenes of lesbian intrabled intimacy to maximize the cinematic possibilities and efficiently capture scenes of intimacy during filming
• Provided feedback after takes to ensure that scenes of improvisation conveyed consensual narratives

The RobosexualCasa Vera Productions, New York City, NY
• Lead discussion about sexuality and pleasure for androids in the world of The Robosexual via zoom with cast and crew members to create unique intimacy on screen which added to the story
• Created unique poses which captured the needs and mood of the scene using drawing figures so that the director and actors could discuss and choose major elements of the choreography before the in-person intimacy rehearsal
• Designed a low-cost outer barrier for external genitalia which provided cushioning and prevented the exchange of liquids to be placed over a Hebue modesty garment during a scene of simulated sex and nudity
• Provided support to non-binary actors playing male characters on screen as well as non-binary crew members

Perfectly Good Moment – Independent, New York City, NY
• Incorporated intimate movement such as groping, kissing, and straddling into dialogue-heavy scenes to realistically portray a long term romantic relationship on screen
• Safely rehearsed, choreographed, and filmed a scene of sexual assault by using strong closure practices, yoga, animal gestus, and separation of character and self
• Worked with the director and DP to subvert the male gaze and utilize the female gaze to enhance the thriller and mystery themes of the film while playing with power dynamics on screen
• Designed a motivation based movement exercise for the actors to explore power dynamics and physical space in-character

As The Winter Turns To Fall – Marymount Manhattan College, New York City, NY
• Extrapolated a minute-long scene from 2 action lines to create a romantic and authentic lesbian BDSM sexual experience on screen with a clear storyline
• Safely rehearsed and filmed intimacy by teaching and practicing consent including webinars, consent games, nudity riders, and verbal confirmation
• Provided footage of the intended choreography 48 hours in advance of rehearsal to the director and actors so that they had time to consider if they felt comfortable with the material

New Years Eve TacosMonticello Park Productions, New York City, NY
• Advocated for content changes to create more authentic female experiences and prevent on screen objectification from the male gaze
• Choreographed and rehearsed intimacy using place markers for the comfort of the actors
• Directed scene of simulated sex in a moving vehicle to enhance believability
• Provided multiple different exterior intimacy barriers for the comfort and safety of the actors

Kissing Kerouac – Independent, Salisbury, CT
• Provided feedback to the writer/director/lead actor on performance, choreography, and framing so they could focus on acting during production
• Brainstormed fundraising ideas and co-authored a “Sharable E-Book” with interactive pages on consent, sexuality, mental health, and gender
• Collaborated on choreography with the writer/director/actor to consensually achieve a clear narrative through movement

Apophenia – Mulberry Queens Films, LLC., Blairstown, NJ
• Choreographed scenes of simulated sex with multiple couples to further the storyline of paranoia, infidelity, impotence, and toxic masculinity
• Sewed multiple modesty garments for each actor to wear during scenes of simulated sex
• Taught workshop on consent, simulated sex sounds, & day of practices
• Checked-in with cast & crew using the stoplight system, distress scales, & worksheets to support mental health during filming without requiring actors to break character
• Followed all SAG-AFTRA standards and protocols for the use of Intimacy Coordinators to ensure best practices

Corona Date – NYU Tisch School of the Arts, New York City, NY
• Choreographed masked intimacy virtually to prioritize the safety of actors during COVID-19
• Deescalated conflict on set when tensions were running high
• Provided one-on-one check-ins with actors to ensure their comfort and safety before, during, and after filming

Perfectly Good Moment

Intimacy Director

Spring Awakening – In the Round Productions at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
• Choreographed notorious scenes of intimacy and sexual assault using the music to count beats and determine the tempo of the scenes
• Designed low-cost intimacy barrier for external genitalia which doubled as a packer for performers with internal genitalia

Intimacy Consultant

First Time – Independent, New York City, NY
• Strengthened workshop by adding sections on reducing risk of transmission on set and reporting so that producers could adequately support cast and crew members working on scenes of intimacy independently

Roost – Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema, New York City, NY
• Designed and ran an intimacy workshop based on the needs of the production including addressing moments of ambiguity in concern to intimacy and nudity within the script
• Outlined safety procedures including consent, boundaries, and reporting pathways

Seeing Is Forgetting – Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema, NYC
• Consulted on the process of working with an IC for scenes of simulated sex & sexual violence

Peepshow – Marymount Manhattan College, New York City, NY
• Consulted on nudity rider with producer to ensure the most clarity and safety for actors
• Provided intimacy breakdown and cost analysis to determine the practicality of the intended intimacy scenes

Trauma Bond Independent 
• Provided intimacy breakdown to highlight moments where focusing on consent and mental health would be especially important
• Discussed closure practices for actor & crew safety, particularly with the stressors of COVID-19 in mind

Script Consultant

Blackity Black – Independent, New York, NY
• Brainstormed story ideas with the Producer to rewrite the female characters in the story in a more intersectional light
• Provided advice on how to tie the intimacy scenes more closely with the plot of the film


Cinéma Very Gay – Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

Identity – Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

(2018 – 2019)

Dancing to Commentary – Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

My Queer Questions – Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
• Multitasked all technical positions while filming on a closed set to ensure the comfort & safety of nude actors
• Scheduled outside rehearsals between actors to create a safe space to practice intimacy scenes
• Created complex lighting schemes mimicking Sense8 to vividly capture body shapes & movement in low lighting

My Problem with Trichotilomania – Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

Respire – Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY


Production Designer

The Goodbye Tour – CTADYOS LLC, CT

Happy – Majella Productions, New York City, NY

Camera Operator

Pioneer Works, New York City

Break the Floor Dance Teacher Summit, New York City, NY


The Wellbe Podcast, New York City, NY

House Plant, Poughkeepsie, NY

Stalker Coworker Storytime, That’s Pretty Funny, New York City, NY

The Future of Sexting with Amazon Alexa, RandallOtisTV, New York City, NY
• Alexa on Alexa was later adapted on The Daily Show to Educate Your White Friends with Blacklexa

Waking Up

Production Assistant

Bowery Farms Commercial – New Light Content, Jersey City, NJ

Verizon Commercial – Extreme Reach LLC, Newark NJ

Waking Up – an LGBTQ Short Film – New York City, NY

Cassandra – UCLA Grad Film, Poughkeepsie, NY

Henna – School of Visual Arts, New York City, NY

Pre-Production & Office Work

Production & Development Intern – 4th Row Films, New York City, NY


Consent Actor-Educator – Speak About It, Portland, ME
• Performed a 1-hour pleasure centered show at colleges & university across North America to teach students about consent, drugs & party culture, & bystander intervention
• Trained for 3 weeks to learn educational tools to support student leaders in facilitating conversations about consent on their campus

Vassar College Burlesque, Poughkeepsie, NY
• Worked with Burlexec to create a workshop centered on consensual touch in rehearsal spaces to establish best practices at the beginning of the year
• Answered questions about careers in intimacy including intimacy coordination, intimacy direction, and sex work

Vassar College Drama Department, Poughkeepsie, NY
• Taught 3-hour workshop on the best practices of staging intimacy including a scene study to practice using placeholders and notating intimacy

Vassar College Career Development Office, Poughkeepsie, NY
• Spoke with students about the process of becoming an freelance intimacy coordinator and answered questions about the job

Marymount Manhattan College, New York City, NY
• Spoke about Intimacy Coordinating during both the Spring and Fall Semester with students and answered questions about what they do and how to work with one

Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema, New York City, NY
• Lectured twice on Intimacy in Film including an overview of intimacy coordination, consent, & writing intimacy for film and television to directing, producing, and writing graduate students

Shiva Burlesque Show

Clubs and Extracurriculars

Vassar Burlesque Vice President & Founding Member, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
(2016 – 2019)
• Planned and taught lessons including consent training, choreography, identity exploration, & storytelling through movement
• Choreographed group, duet, & solo routines on themes including gender dysphoria, witchcraft, & menstruation
• Co-directed shows to facilitate members visions while furthering the quality of each performance
• Took offical footage for the club & coordinated who & how media was to be distributed & shared in & outsite the club to respect the rights of performers

AEO Peer Accessibility Advocate, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
(2016 – 2017)
• Mentored first-year students with disabilities to navigate school administration, classes, & campus activities
• Planned campus activities designed to highlight the strengths of diversity through disability

Ballroom Club Media & Social Chair & Teacher, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
(2015 – 2019)
• Taught swing, lindy, Charleston, & waltz to beginning students
• Choreographed for yearly event Dancing with the Professors

Swing Dancing Club Founding Member & Teacher, Arkansas Arts Academy, Rogers, AR
(2014 – 2015)
• Founded, organized, and taught a swing dancing club for the students of Arkansas Arts Academy

Other Employment

Accessibility Advocate, Vassar College Office of Accessibility and Educational Opportunity, Poughkeepsie, NY
(2017 – 2019)
• Coordinated & performed accessibility checks on campus to ensure the proper maintenance and preparation for any persons with disabilities
• Served on student/administration run board representing AEO to organize disability programing

Dominatrix, Donatella’s Den, NYC

Phone Sex Operator

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