Devon is a Canadian media producer with international experience in digital, news and TV production.
Devon has produced content for a number of organizations, including the City of Vancouver, Samsung, the University of British Columbia, and the David Suzuki Foundation. Her words have appeared in Philippine Airlines' in-flight magazine Mabuhay, Coconuts Manila, in addition to other publications.
In 2012, she moved to the Philippines as a Princeton-in-Asia fellow with Rappler.com, the Philippines' fastest growing social media-based news agency. As an independent video journalist, she produced a number of human-interest features on topics including HIV testing, condom usage, religious rituals, transgender dating, and cockfighting. After Typhoon Haiyan, she joined the United Nations Human Settlements Programme to document ongoing recovery and reconstruction efforts.
In 2014, Devon moved to Singapore to work with Asia’s largest independent production house, Beach House Pictures, as a TV Producer, where her first television series she produced and directed for Channel NewsAsia - Singapore's Finest - won the 2015 Asian Television Award for Best Sports Programme.
Devon is currently based in Vancouver and works with Minerva BC in their mission towards gender equality by supporting women and girls in their leadership development. In her spare time, she can be found interviewing filmmakers at the Vancouver International Film Festival, volunteering in Chinatown, producing events with the Living Room Series, or grabbing coffee with students through the UBC Tri-Mentoring Program.