Seana Carroll


artist.filmmaker.si se puede.

About

Seana Carroll is a video artist and filmmaker. Her clients range from international artists and commercial production companies to Universities. Seana has collaborated and/or worked with such artists as Matthew Barney, Paul and Damon McCarthy, Andy Hope 1930, James Franco, Simone Forti and Jason Rhoades in different capacities. She was awarded the Telly Award for outstanding editing in 2011 for her piece, Museums Without Borders with Director Lyn Goldfarb. Seana has been a scholar, artist, and choreographer performing and documenting her vision as a dancer, actress, and artist since 1979 from the stages of the Kennedy Center, Shakespeare Theater and Studio Theater to the streets of Washington, DC, Los Angeles, New York, and Paris. Seana has taught editing techniques at RED Studios, and assisted with multi-media theater and film classes at CalARTS, USC, and UCLA. She is the self-published author of a trilogy of metaphysical romance novels which she co-wrote with her father after he died. Seana received her BFA in digital media and fine arts at The Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, DC, 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 is very excited and proud to present her adaptation of Gus Van Sant’s PINK with her dear friend, and co-writer, Priscilla Elliott.