I’m a videographer and editor based in the San Francisco Bay Area. I have worked extensively in the field and studio environments. I am currently a freelance editor/ videographer working for various film/video/TV projects. I love editing, especially film trailers and music-driven pieces. I am also making my first feature-length film.

I was an editor and post-production manager at LINK TV, a national satellite television network for five years. Most recently I am a co-editor of a documentary film on the Bay Area poet/experimental filmmaker, James Broughton (BIG JOY). The film has screened at SXSW, Tribeca, Hong Kong and Frameline film festivals. I was also a post-production supervisor for AFTER WINTER, SPRING, a documentary film about rural French farmers, which won an audience award at Mill Valley Film Festival in 2012. In 2011, she is an online editor for ATOMIC MOM (Mill Valley 2011, Rhode Island International Film Festival 2011 and currently on-air on the Documentary Channel). I also worked as freelance editor on Director, Lynn Hershmanan Leeson’s !Women Art Revolution (2011, Documentary, Toronto Intl. Film Festival). I have also done camerawork for NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) and worked as a freelancer for a number of documentary productions.


I graduated with MA from San Jose State University in California and BA from Keio University in Tokyo, Japan. A native of Japan with Korean ancestry, I am fluent in both English and Japanese and can speak conversational Korean.