Work

Neshama: The Jewess Soul (Director, Developer & Editor)

Neshama: The Jewess Soul is a web-based, interactive diary and living archive that offers a deeply intimate and reflective space for Jewish womyn across different racial, ethnic, mixed heritage, and Judaic backgrounds to share their unique and eclectic stories, journeys, and perspectives on the ancient question of “What does it mean to be a Jewish womyn?” The participants of this project are given space to represent themselves and create the self-image they believe to be most true about their Jewess body and soul, resisting the images given to them by oppressive social structures of sexism, racism and anti-semitism in the United States. This project asks of each participant to take part in a meaningful journey towards self and collective healing and liberation alongside myself and other Jewish womyn through sharing their stories and voices in the creative medium(s) of their choice.

This project is a work in progress and will continue to be a living, breathing archive to be added onto for years to come.

See full site here.

Pass the Mic: Seasons 1 -5 (Co-Founder, Manager & Producer)

Pass the Mic is a student-run radio show, community, and artistic platform serving people of color, people with disabilities, international, immigrant, refugee, LGBTQ+, and economically disadvantaged communities on Skidmore College’s campus and beyond to share their unfiltered experiences. Each week, a guest from our communities are invited to come on-air to share stories, art, and topics that are meaningful to them.

Listen to episodes and exclusive content from Seasons 1-5 here

Listen live Fridays from 5-6 on WSPN 91.1

Check out our website here

Sacred Flight (Producer)

Music thanatology is the study of music for end of life care. I independently produced an audio piece which explores a story told by Kieran Schnabel, a music thanatologist and harpist for the harpist hospice organization called SacredFlight in Portland, OR.

Lost in Translation (Director & Editor)

This short documentary explores the daily experiences of three Skidmore International and ESL students and the very special and challenging relationship they have with language in and outside of the classroom.

Directed/ Produced/ Edited by Amanda Peckler

See full project here. PW: LostInTranslation