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Projection, Hologram & VR Projects​​

 

SELF-STORAGE 

  • TSL Gallery, Hudson, NY  February 11 - March 4, 2024

"Self-Storage" Solo Exhibition

  • Open Hudson Studios 2023

Projection Mapping Installation (Site Specific)

5 projectors, 6 video channels, 25' x 40'

Entropvisions:  article by Alice Zinnes

 

EXPERIMENTAL SERIES 1 (Holograms)

  • LABspace, Hillsdale, NY  November 25, 2023 - February 11, 2024​

"Holiday" Group Show

  • Open Hudson Studios 2023

LookingGlass holograms 

Incorporates images by artist Farrell Brickhouse

RUSSELL'S YARD

  • LABspace, Hillsdale, NY  June 18 - July 31 2022​

"Mountain High, Valley Low" Group Show

NY's @UPSTATEARTWEEKEND

  • Open Hudson Studios 2022

Virtual Reality project

Incorporates images by artist Farrell Brickhouse

SHAKY'S MEADOW

  • Lockwood Gallery, Kingston, NY  April 9 - May 14, 2022

"Dreams Within A Dream" Group Show

  • Open Hudson Studios 2022

Projection Mapping Installation (Site specific)

2 projectors, 8'x10'

Incorporates images and birdhouse sculptures by artist David Pollack

D'Art International (Review): "Dream Within a Dream" by Jen Dragon

MEMORY ROOMS (more)

  • Festival Internationale de VideoArte de Camaguey, Cuba (FIVAC)  2017, Official Selection

Virtual Reality (Room Scale) 

Interactive Documentary

 

WHAT KILLED KEVIN (more)

Interactive Web-Documentary & 45 minute DVD

  • 2015 Festival Internationale de VideoArte de Camaguey, Cuba

  • 2014 Honoarary Webby Award

  • Best Transmedia/Website UFVA "Story First" Conference2013

Educational Distribution: Filmakers Library/Alexander Street Films

Interactive Transmedia Documentary: WhatKilledKevin.com

Psychology Today: "Documentary Asks Troubling Questions About Bullying"

Huffington Post: "Documentary On Workplace Bullying Shows Different View"

Washington Post: "Documentary Faults Bully Label In UVA Suicide"

 

NO JOB IS WORTH THIS (more)

WebDocumentary Series 2009 WhatKilledKevin.com 

Best viewed on desktop browser

  • 2010 International Conference on Workplace Bullying & Harassment

  • 2010 Women and Film  Festival "Unlocked Images" CCSU & New BritainMuseum

  • 2010 Chicken & Egg "We Believe In Your" New Media Grant 

  • 2008 Women and Film Festival "Body Politics" CCSU & New Britain Museum

Documentary Films



71 WEST BROADWAY: GROUND ZERO, NY (more)
20 minute Documentary completed 2002

  • 2002 Library of Congress 9/11 Commemoration

  • Walker Art Museum, MN “Women With Vision”

  • The Warhol Museum

  • The Kitchen (Art Gallery)

  • Wisconsin International Film Festival

Broadcasts: WNET (PBS) “REEL NY”; Sundance Channel
Collections: Selected for the Library of Congress 9/11 Archive

INVISIBLE REVOLUTION (more)
One Hour Documentary completed 2000.

  • 2001 Sundance Film Festival, Official Selection

  • Wexner Center

  • Northwest film Festival

  • BMA (Brooklyn Museum of Art)

  • Weatherspoon Gallery

  • 2000 Museum of Modern Art (NYC),”Documentary Fortnight”

  • Human Rights Watch Film Festival

  • Taos Talking Pictures Film Festival

2002 CBC “Passionate Eye” (Canada)
Sundance Channel
Portions of this documentary were featured on ABC’s Good Morning America,

20/20, NBC’s Dateline, HBO’s America Undercover

THE ANDRE SHOW (more)

42 minute Documentary completed 1997.  Educ’al Distr: Fanlight Prods.

  • 2007 World AIDS Conference, Toronto

  • San Francisco Int’l FF

  • Sydney International Film Festival

  • Taos Talking Pictures Festival

  • Mill Valley FF

  • Women in the Director’s Chair

  • Exit Art (Soho Gallery)

Broadcast – PBS 1998
Collections – Museum of Broadcast Radio & Television, Chicago

SANDRA’S WEB: A Mother’s Diary

24 Minute Documentary  completed 1996.

  • Denver Int’l FF

  • North Hampton Film Festival

  • Long Island FF

Broadcast – HBO

New York Times Reviewed

Honors & Awards

 

*2014Joint Proclamation from NJ State Senate and Assembly

*2014 Broward  Commission Citation

*2014 Honorary Webby Award "WhatKilledKevin.com"

*2013 UFVA Best Transmedia/Website

*2001 American Library Assn – To 10 Videos for Young Adults
*1999 Best Documentary, Ann Arbor Film Festival
*1998 Silver Spire, Golden Gate Awards, San Francisco Int’l Film Festival
*1998 Juror’s Choice, Charlotte Film and Video Festival
*1998 Bronze Apple, Nat’l Educational Media Network
*1997 Planned Parenthood Maggie Award
*1997 Nominated IDA Award (International Documentary Assn)

Conference & Professional Presentations

 

*2014 Co-Chair of "Workplace Bullying: Seeking Solutions" NJ conference hosted by the National Workplace  Bullying Coalition in Partnership with Rutgers School of Law-Newark -- "Workplace Bullying: Seeking Solutions"

*2015 Anti-Mobbing Club, Czechoslavakia    

*2014 Broward Crime Commission, “Adult Bullying” – Deerfield, Florida

*2014 International Ombudsman Assn 9th Annual Conference, Workshop Screening

*2014 Colloquium on Abrasive Conduct in the Higher Education              University of Denver

*2013 The Last Bully: Stopping Epidemics of Violence/ Media Makes A Difference

  The Tucson International Jewish Film Festival, in conjunction with The Aurora Foundation of Southern Arizona,   The Loft Cinema and the Fund for Civility, Respect and Understanding

*2013 University of Film & Video Association "Story First Conference"

*2013 Consortium on Abrasive Behavior in Higher Ed - University of California Santa Barbara

*2012 NJCA Conference: Using Social Media to Make Change- New Jersey Communication Association

*2010 Int’l Workplace Bullying & Harrasment Conference, Wales 
*2009 10th Northeast Conference on Character Education (School & Workplace Bullying)
*2009 UUP [Screening & Discussion], Stony Brook University, Long Island, NY
*2008 Women and Film Festival “Body Politics” CCSU & New Britain Museum
*2008 June Baker Higgins Gender Studies Conference “Sexing the Vote: Gender, Sexuality and Politics.” CCSU
*2006 Participant at the NALIP Producers Academy – National Association of Latino Independent Producers
*2005 Co-Presenter, Independent Feature Project, NYC
*2001 Panelist – Independent Feature Project, “The Changing Face of Documentary”
*2001 Participant – Documentary Panel, Sundance Film Festival

Teaching

 

Montclair State University  – Associate Professor

Monmouth University – Specialist Professor 

Freelance Editing

ANTONIA PANTOJA: ¡Presente! — Co-Editor

Producer Lillian Jimenez
Feature Length Documentary
2009 Broadcast, VOCES (signature PBS series curator: Latino Public Broadcasting)
2009 HBO NY International Latino Film Festival
2007 Museum of Modern Art, “Documentary Fortnight”
2006 NALIP official invitation to Producer’s Workshop
2005 OFFICIAL SELECTION IFP MARKET

BREAD & ROSES TOO - Editor

Producer Jane Coleman
Directed by George Stoney & Lora Hays
2008 Maine Jewish Film Festival

MAYOR OF THE WESTSIDE – Consulting Editor

PBS BROADCAST May 2006

Two time Emmy nominated

WHOSE PLACE IS THIS ANYWAY? – Collaborator/ Editor

5 minute Experimental video installation completed 2003 created with

artist Renate Aller
2003 Museum of Labor in Hamburg
2003 Hamburg Emigration Museum

ONLY HUMAN – Video Instructor

2003 Tribeca Film Festival, Family Program

ANOTHER/BROTHER: Story of a Black Vietnam Veteran  – Editor

(Producer: Tami Gold)  One hour documentary completed 1998.
NATIONAL TELEVISION PREMIERE: PBS Spring 1999.
1998 GOLD HUGO
1998 GOLD CINE AWARD

A HEALTHY BABY GIRL – Additional Editor

(Producer: Judith Helfand) One hour documentary completed 1996.
NATIONAL TELEVISION  PREMIERE:  POV (PBS Series) June 1997.

 AWARDS: PEABODY WINNER; Nominated 1997 IDA AWARDS
FESTIVALS:
1997 Sundance Film Festival
1996 Margaret Mead FF

Virtual Reality Device
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