received her MA in Media Studies and Film from the New School. Diana (pronounced dee-ah-nuh), is a visual storyteller and loves to document people's stories. From documenting female cab drivers in NY
to her most recent documentary about undocumented immigrants, whether it is through the still photograph or video, visual storytelling is her passion. She is also the co-founder of
Her Girl Friday
, a Brooklyn-based group dedicated to empowering women in journalism and other forms of non-fiction storytelling by creating opportunities for learning, networking, and collaboration. Her most recent work at EdLab is working with the video crew in producing the New Learning Times series called Seen In New York
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Diana graduated from San Jose State University with a degree in Photojournalism. After graduating, she received a scholarship from the Asian American Journalism Association, in which she used to relocate to the Philippines for 6 months where she produced a photo documentary project about women community leaders. Diana also loves to teach and has taught photography and video production to youth.