About me:


I'm Maï, and I'm currently a grad student at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), exploring VR/AR/MR. Prior to attending, I worked as a film producer, commercial and video editor, sound designer, and rusty violinist. 

I’m interested in forming connected spaces and virtual platforms that enable inclusive communication and representation. I want to help foster a global community that grows increasingly aware of its diverse members through new ways of interacting with each other as well as our physical and virtual surroundings.





present // New York University, Interactive Telecommunications Program, Tisch School of the Arts (expected graduation: Spring '19)

2010 // BFA, New York University, Film & Television, Studio Art



2018 // XR Researcher, Future Reality Lab at NYU

2018 // Intern, Superbright AR/VR Studio at New Inc.

2018 // Associate Producer, "The Day The World Changed", Tribeca Immersive '18 VR Film, Dir: Gabo Arora

2017 // Assistant Editor, "Zikr, A Sufi Revival", Sundance New Frontier '18 VR Film, Dir: Gabo Arora

2017 // "Toys That Make Noise", MIT Media Lab VR/AR Hackathon Hololens Project

2017 // UX & UI Design Intern, Criterion 360

2017 // Assistant Editor, "Nice Girls Don't Stay For Breakfast", Feature Film, Dir: Bruce Weber

2014 - 2017 // Assistant Editor & Sound Designer, Consulate Film Editorial ** I worked under editor Chad Sipkin on brand films for clients including Gucci, Louis Vuitton, l’Oreal, Calvin Klein, and Ralph Lauren.

2015 // Producer & Editor // "Rinse & Repeat", SVA Thesis Film, Dir: Liz Yang

2014 // Production Manager, "Approaching The Unknown", Feature Film, Dir. Mark Elijah Rosenberg - Sundance/NHK Award

2013 // Co-Producer, "The Heart Machine", Feature Film, Dir: Zach Wigon - SXSW Grand Jury Nomination

2013 // Producer, "Beyond Beasts, The Art of Court 13", Multimedia Exhibition, New Orleans Contemporary Arts Center, Dir: Benh Zeitlin 

2013 // Associate Producer, "The Last Season", Feature Doc, Dir: Sara Dosa - Golden Gate Award for Best Bay Area Doc, Indie Spirit Nomination