In Fragments of Ava a woman wakes up and rushes to her job, where she encounters an unexpected customer. The black and white silence movie Last rescue in Siam invites the audience to see the ridiculousness of law and law enforcement used against sex workers, especially the law and practices of anti-trafficking. In the animated short film, Rights Not Rescue, sex workers from Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa share their personal stories and discuss the challenges they encounter in accessing health care and justice. Where We Were Not is the first part of a four part experimental animated documentary about criminalization in Canada. All That Sheltering Emptiness is a meditation on elevators, hotel lobbies, hundred dollar bills, the bathroom, a cab, chandeliers, cocktails, the receptionist, arousal, and other routines in the life of a New York City callboy. Every Ho I Know Says So is a response to the lack of accessible online resources for people who want to date and love sex workers and do it well.