Films I've created
as a one-woman team
(see collaborative work here)
To The Land
Olivia Nava nurtures the land and her community by farming on a family-owned cooperative that has been standing for over 100 years within the city limits of Cincinnati, Ohio. This short film is part of the award-winning series, bombASSbabe.
2018 - present
bombASSbabes, an Emmy-winning series, celebrates the tenacity of Cincinnati's creative women. Each short film gives us a glimpse into the world of the artist as they perform, explore, or reflect on their unique creative energy.
Published on Women of Cincy | More at bombASSbabe.com
Women's Climbing Festival
Five women, all connected by a love of climbing, share insights about their relationship to the sport during the popular all-female climbing festival, Flash Foxy. Audio and footage were recorded between bouldering sessions in Stone Fort Chattanooga throughout the 3-day festival.
Sugar of the Earth
Debbie and Fred have chosen a humble lifestyle by breathing intention into everything that they do, not only for themselves but also for generations to come. This video was created entirely in 5 days for the Kentucky Mountain Workshop in the foothills of Sugarloaf Mountain.
Envelope Adventures (my first video)
We all start somewhere. I started in my first-year dorm room, meticulously moving tiny pieces of doodled paper to create a stop motion film with a shoddy point and shoot camera. I was so proud.
Biz is an Emmy award-winning director, documentary filmmaker, and fixed-line videographer. She pursues projects exploring narratives not often recognized in mainstream media and strives to use storytelling as a tool for social/environmental activism.
She's currently working on the film and video team at The North Face, but she began her career at a grassroots, social innovation nonprofit where she was introduced to community organizing and systemic design. Combining this knowledge with her love of filmmaking in 2016, she grew a deeper emotional awareness of visual media and began collaborating on films celebrating underrepresented themes and identities.