School of the Arts Faculty
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.
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