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Angels for Minis
Recent Works
One Living Sanctuary


One Living Sanctuary is a farm animal rescue that rehomes and rehabilitates animals from agricultural industries on their 120-acre sanctuary. Founded by veterinarian Faith Albright in 2019, the mission of OLS is not only to rescue animals, but also to educate the public about the cruelty that they undergo and provide a space for community activists to connect and heal together. Working with Faith and her team was incredibly inspiring - so much so that I plan on producing a longer documentary about OLS in the future!

Loaves and Fishes
Bay Point Regional Shoreline


As a videographer for the East Bay Regional Park District, I'm tasked with writing, shooting, and editing multimedia content for their website and socials. This video was created to showcase the recent improvements and renovations being made at Bay Point Regional Shoreline - an exciting project!

Falcon Feature
Angels for Minis


Angels for Minis is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and rehoming of miniature horses. Working with the incredible volunteers at their rescue was an inspiring and memorable experience. Their dedication to caring for these beautiful, gentle animals moved me greatly and I hope to be able to work with them again soon.

Bee Day
Bee Day


In 2017, I had the privilege of working with the Mount Diablo Beekeepers Association by filming their annual Bee Day, an event during which members can receive packages of bees and watch a demonstration for installing the colony. As a beekeeping enthusiast myself, getting up-close and personal with the bees was an absolute delight!

Tail Time
Tail Time


Tail Time is a monthly promotion of adoptable animals I produced for Contra Costa Humane Society as a high school student. Segments aired on Pleasant Hill City Channel for six months during 2016. Seeing my work on television as a high school student was an exciting experience - one I hope to have again in the future!



Hello! I'm Hannah, a student media producer based out of the San Francisco Bay Area. I have been working as a freelance videographer since 2014 and am currently employed as a videography contractor for the East Bay Regional Park District while also enrolled as a full-time student of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts Student at San Francisco State University. My clientele ranges from non-profit organizations such as Meals on Wheels Diablo Region and Contra Costa Humane Society to small businesses and individuals with media needs.

As an aspiring environmental videojournalist, I am dedicated to telling stories that matter and using digital media to inform, educate, and inspire. When I'm not busy with school or working on projects for clients, I enjoy hiking, baking, and reading.

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