My 9/11 2011

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About My 9/11

My 9/11 is an hour-long documentary depicting what it was like to be on the streets of Manhattan during the 2001 World Trade Center attack. I shot the video in 2001, and edited and published it online in 2011.

My 9/11 has was viewed over 1 million views on YouTube. It was covered by KATU News, The Portland Tribune, The Sandpaper, NJ Stage, and News 12 NJ. My 9/11 is cataloged in the Internet Archive, and it also was the subject in Ludovic Petetin’s Des docus et des Hommes, which is a web series dedicated to documentary filmmakers.

I have spoken about and/or screened My 9/11 in public venues such as Hangzhou Jr. High School, Place Gallery, Paramount Escapes Ocean Breeze, Catlin Gabel School, and the Universalist Unitarian Church.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will you speak at our event/school?

Yes. I’m happy to share my story and answer questions.

Can our production company use your footage?

No. I do not license footage from My 9/11.

Why did you take My 9/11 off of YouTube?

My 9/11 is still on YouTube, just not on my channel. A copyright dispute was filed with YouTube (for something unrelated to My 9/11), which resulted in Google taking down my channel. I had to go through a lengthy process to get the channel reinstated. After that, my videos stopped showing up in the YouTube search results. I was already annoyed with Google, so I quit YouTube. My 9/11 is now on Vimeo.