Seana Carroll is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker, artist, and both a technical and creative consultant. Her clients range from individual artists and production companies to scholastic institutions and universities. She has taught editing techniques at the RED Studios Hollywood for their alternative film school, REDucation and she has assisted with several classes at CALARTS.
received her BFA in digital media and fine arts at The Corcoran College
of Art + Design, studied electronic media and dance at George
Washington University, photography at the University of Texas in Austin
and was student elected as an honorary editing fellow at the American
Film Institute in 2010.
She has been performing as a dancer, actress, and artist since 1979 from the stages of the Kennedy Center- to the Shakespeare Theater- to the streets of Washington, DC.
Her series of performance based interventions called “Self-portraits as the Artist” exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and were performed at The National Museum of Women in the Arts, at The National Gallery of Art, and at The Hirshhorn Museum.
She has collaborated and worked with such artists as Matthew Barney, Paul and Damon McCarthy, James Franco, Simone Forti and Jason Rhoades in different capacities.