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About Me (human/individual)/interests, work..short bio/ THis is the most important. It is the only way to know that you are not a SPAMBOT!Be generous!
I began photographing dance in the early eighties, then began making films for projection in 1984 with “Bright Orchard” for Diane Frank & Deborah Riley. From 1985 - 1990, produced live switch, four-camera concert series for local cable in Northern Virginia that was acquired by the Library of Congress, along with media produced while board member of Washington Project for the Arts. Established ARTtv, LLC in 1990 in Washington, DC and lived in NYC 2003-2010. Interest in science and philosophy coalesced into proposal for series of short films awarded NEA grant in 2007. 2004-05 attended European Graduate School (EGS). Producer/Director Martha Graham Legacy Project 1998-2001 for Library of Congress. BA in Film & Video, American University, DC, 1984. Producer/Director for WETA-TV, PBS, acquired by Voom HD Gallery. 2000 PEW Charitable Trusts Dance Media fellowship at UCLA. 20/20 Visions Dance Place doc supported by the National Institute for Preservation of America’s Dance (NIPAD) administered by Dance USA. 2006, Writer/designer for interactive game script, fellowship and consultations at EU Media/Sagasnet workshop in Stuttgart. Most recently working in animation, drawing, stage projections, and dance filmmaking.
funny - i'm actually in nyc right now, so i have no idea what's happening in boston this weekend! the ukrainian connection is also oddly synchronous. i only just joined a project that is being led by finnish dancer Inka Juslin and Ukrainian media artist/dramaturge Svitlana Matviyenko. will you post your work to this site when it is done?
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