BBC Eye | Finding My Torturer 16 min, 2022
On March 6th 2022, 29 anti-war demonstrators were taken to Moscow's Brateyevo Police Station. There, an unnamed officer wearing black subjected at least 11 young women to verbal and physical abuse, often amounting to torture.
Role: lead video editor & designer, co-producer|⭐️ BBC News Award 2022
BBC Eye & Bellingcat | Who killed Nemtsov? 21 min, 2022
New evidence reveals that in the year running up to the shooting, Boris Nemtsov, a fierce critic of Vladimir Putin, was being shadowed by an FSB agent linked to an assassination squad.
Role: lead video editor & designer, OSINT|⭐️ DIG Award 2022
BBC Africa Eye | Lagos Inferno 16 min, 2020
A pipeline explosion in Lagos, Nigeria, rocked the city to its core. BBC Africa Eye asks what really caused the blast that killed 23 people and totally destroyed a girls’ boarding school?
Role: lead video editor, motion/3D designer|⭐️ Amnesty Media Award, DIG Award
Le Monde | The Shameful Mistake 25 min, 2021
On 25th June 2013, Fatouma Kebe, a Malian-born mother, lost an eye at the hands of the French police. A fresh examination of witnesses videos, in conjunction with 3D modelling, documents a chaotic operation, and officers’ lies during the court hearings.
Role: lead investigator, producer, video editor, 2D/3D designer|⭐️ DIG Awards Jury mention, GIJN Editor's pick
Disclose | Operation Sirli 9 min, 2021
Disclose has obtained hundreds of classified French official documents which reveal abuses committed during a secret military operation in Egypt. The investigation unveils how France became complicit in aerial strikes against civilians.
Role: producer, video editor, designer - in pair with E. Costard
Forensic Architecture x Le Monde | The death of Adama Traore 2020
Adama Traoré, 24, died in police custody on 19 July 2016, in Paris suburb Beaumont-sur-Oise. Based on multiple sources, Le Monde and Forensic Architecture produced a detailed reconstruction of the events leading up to his death.
Role: 3D modelling, motion design
Le Monde | How the French police wounded a peaceful Gilet Jaune protester 15 min, 2019
Open source research, in conjunction with digital modelling, shows how 'Gilets Jaunes' protester Olivier Beziade was the target of rubber bullet fire in the head when he was posing no threat.
Role: OSINT, co-producer, lead video editor, 2D/3D designer







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