School of the Arts Faculty

Laurel Greenberg

Affiliated Faculty (2006)

B.A. Brown University


Laurel Greenberg

Laurel Greenberg is an independent documentary filmmaker who has produced and directed her own work for 30 years.

She first worked as a production assistant on independent films, then as a cameraperson and audio engineer at Fox Television in New York. Her feature documentaries "94 Years and 1 Nursing Home Later" and "Trouble in Paradise" have won numerous awards and been shown in festivals nationwide and on PBS. She taught video production for three years at Boston Film/Video Foundation. Greenberg currently freelances as a videographer, editor, director and producer.

Contact

Office: Ansin 9th Fl.

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E-Mail: laurel_greenberg@emerson.edu

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