Our creative working process is grounded in respectful, creative collaboration.
How we work
Each situation dictates the formal materials included in the portrait. We might spend an afternoon in conversation with a subject, or the production might happen over the course of a number of weeks, where we revisit the subject in changing contexts over time. In each case, we will explore our subject with great sensitivity and attention—seeking to illuminate their most salient and resonant characteristics.
Natalie Zimmerman is an artist and educator who uses film and photography as primary tools for exploration. Her work is often research-based, interdisciplinary and collaborative in nature. She has presented her projects in diverse contexts worldwide including: SF Camerawork, Moscow International Film Festival’s Media Forum, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Centro de la Imagen (Mexico City), Sigmund Freud Museum (Vienna). She is a former Fulbright Scholar, Headlands Center For the Arts Resident Fellow (with Wilson), and former Artist-in-Residence at the de Young Museum of Fine Art in San Francisco (with Wilson). Zimmerman is currently co-directing, OCEANIA, a feature film that examines the emotional and spiritual effects of climate change, beginning on the Pacific Island nation of Kiribati. She holds an MFA from California Institute of the Arts and a Film Certificate from New York University. Zimmerman is a core faculty member at SF Film School located in downtown, San Francisco.