The Pamoja Project is a short documentary film that tells the incredible story of three Tanzanian women working in the areas of education, microfinance, and empowerment. In Swahili the world “pamoja” means together. Together alongside the women in these stories, The Pamoja Project takes audiences on an incredible journey of hope, humanity, and empowerment as they work tirelessly to create real change for the people of Tanzania. Audrey raised over $35,000, oversaw the production and post production team and the film is currently screening both nationally and internationally at festivals around the globe. Learn more www.thepamojaproject.org
With Cancer (与癌共存) is a short documentary co-produced and co-directed by Audrey Emerson and Xueqing (Lorelei) Chen. The film tells the story of a Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor's mission to treat cancer patients that western medicine rejects all the while dealing with cancer herself. This film was the result of the University of Southern California Global Exchange Fellowship in collaboration with Chinese Communications University of China. For a link to view the film please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Audrey was an assistant producer with Devlo Media on Mind Over Battle, a 30 short documentary highlighting the effect of PTSD in urban environments due to gang violence. The film features Homeboy Industries navigator Javier Chavez. The short documentary will air in early 2017 on Al Jazeera's Witness program. Click here to watch.
The Journey is the Destination is a feature film inspired by the true story of Dan Eldon, a charismatic young activist, artist, photographer and adventurer. Visually stunning and wildly inspiring, Journey follows a young man’s tumultuous coming of age, his exploration of love and his struggle to create positive change in an increasingly violent and dangerous world. Audrey worked with Creative Visions Foundaiton to assist in the promotion and distribution of this film. Photo credit: Creative Visions Foundation
Camp Kickst(Art) is an arts-based day camp in Tiverton, Rhode Island for children ages 7-12. In 2013 Audrey co-founded this camp to provided classes in art, theatre, dance, and music to the community at no cost to the local community. At the end of each session the children presented a showcase for friends, family, and the public. Audrey founded and oversaw the fundraising campaign of $6,000 in order to bring this camp to life reaching over 150 kids in the Rhode Island Area.