Faith is a creative producer passionate about sharing contemporary stories from diverse communities. She is a self-described “professional nerd,” a Brooklyn-to Portland transplant, an avid outdoorswoman and a fierce advocate for the importance of a greener tomorrow. Faith completed her undergraduate studies at Yale University where she pursued a double major in Film Studies and African American Studies. She then earned her Masters in Documentary Journalism at the New York University Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. After graduating she worked for acclaimed author James McBride before joining the Discovery Channel and focusing on environmental documentary programming. It was here that her interest in environmental advocacy for the protection of at risk communities was honed.
Moving from a focus on research, development and acquisitions, Faith moved to Portland, Oregon as talent in a Columbia Sportswear series, the Directors of Toughness.
With newfound focus in the environmental and outdoors space, Faith has since produced three short films: Brotherhood of Skiing, This Land, and We Hike to Heal. She is a frequent collaborator of The Wilder Studio, Confluence Collective and Geodesy Aerials.
Their films have played at festivals including Banff Mountain, Mountainfilm, EarthxFilm, the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, & AmDocs. She is a William and Flora Hewlett Foundation grantee.
Faith also works as a story consultant, social media manager, and in various positions at youth-oriented nonprofit organizations. She ran the social media campaign for Emmy-Nominated The Great Hack and was previously the Social and Events Manager at The Athletic Community.
Faith works in front of and behind the camera, with brands and organizations to create a better, more equitable world.
Faith has been profiled in Trail Runner Magazine, the Men’s Journal World’s Most Adventurous Women Issue, on the cover of Women’s Running and can be heard on podcasts including The Morning Shakeout and Off the Couch.
Faith is focused on greater representation. She often explains this as whose stories are being told, why, how and by whom. She believes being involved in the process of sharing stories is the best way to promote needed conversations in fractured times. She is interested in the power of an invitation, whether it be to go on a run, to have a conversation, or to try something new. Faith believes deeply in the need for green spaces for mental health and healthier communities.