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Jennings has worked as an artist and educator for 20
years. Since 2001, she has overseen video projects at IslandWood,
a 255-acre outdoor learning center in Bainbridge Island, Washington,
that teaches environmental and community stewardship. Her film
Teachings of the Tree People: The Work of Bruce Miller
began as a small project to document the production of cedar mats
commissioned by IslandWood, and became a portrait of cedar weaver
Bruce Miller's life and commitment to Skokomish traditional knowledge.
Jennings has directed films for the Seattle Art Museum and formerly
worked as an executive producer for KCTS, a PBS affiliate in Seattle.
She is the director of Huchoosedah: Traditions of the Heart,
which has been broadcast by PBS and the BBC. Jennings has taught
documentary filmmaking in Washington, DC at George Washington
University, and in Seattle at 911 Media Arts, the Seattle Art
Institute, and the University of Washington. She received a BA
from Harvard University and lives in Seattle, Washington.
Presentado por NMAI
Fotográficos: Katie Jennings -
gentileza del realizador