Ashes of Roses, the second film in my "hockey mom" trilogy, premieres at RPM Festival in Boston/ Cambridge in September, followed by screenings at Transient Visions in upstate NY and Antimatter Media Art in Victoria, B.C. with additional screenings to be announced soon.
Thanks to an award from VCU, my book with artist and writer Jeff Ladd, Garry Winogrand Archive 1948-1984, is moving into production with D.A.P. It presents for the first time hundreds of previously unseen photographs by Winogrand, and emerges out of extensive research into his archive during the making of the Winogrand documentary.
In August, Pieshake Pictures in partnership with WNET submitted an NEH grant to request support for a new feature documentary on the great American poet - MARY OLIVER: SAVED BY THE BEAUTY OF THE WORLD. We hope to go into production in 2024.
In spring 2023, I traveled to Knoxville to craft my segment of a collaborative documentary, "Untitled Abortion Project." Created by Kristy Guevara-Flanagan and helmed by multiple directors, the project explores the wide-ranging impact of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn millions of women's constitutional right to reproductive care.
2023 Screenings + Events
RPM Festival, Program 5, "Traces"
Harvard FAS CAMLab
Ashes of Roses premiere, Saturday, September 30th @2pm
Visible Evidence XXIX, Documentary Ecologies
University of Udine, Italy
Fragile + You Can See the Sun in Late December
Saturday, Sept. 9th @9:30
Fisura, Festival Internacional de Cine y Video Experimental, Demina Art Laboratory, Acapulco de Juárez, Guerrero Mexico
Fragile screening August 24 @8pm