Meagan Murphy has been working in film and broadcast for 25 years, most recently for PBS. At WGBY/WGBH Educational Foundation, she was series producer for Together in Song, ZOOM and On the Menu, and a contributing producer on Connecting Point, Eco Exchange, Making It Here and Making It Here: Teen Style. Her film repertoire includes Night Deposit, Fathers & Sons, and Victor’s Big Score.
Esther Glovacki has been with The Breast Archives for three years. She has been instrumental in arranging content and developing narrative structure. Esther has also generated promotional and fundraising content for the project.
Francesco Passalacqua is a critical psychology and anthropology graduate from Hampshire College. He has produced a collection of performance and experimental films and was an editor on the film, “An Intimate Dance.”
Director of Photography
Camerawoman, Jodi Silver, is a 25-year veteran of Boston’s commercial, broadcast and educational marketplace.
Fernanda Rossi is an internationally renowned writer and speaker who has collaborated on more than five hundred fiction scripts and documentaries, including two documentaries nominated for the Academy Award®. She has given lectures in twelve countries and at film festivals and markets, such as Hot Docs and Sheffield.
Miriam Cutler is an emmy nominated Composer passionate about scoring documentaries, among them Emmy winning, Sundance, and Oscar nominated films: Ethel, Lost in La Mancha, Thin, Poster Girl, Kings Point, Ghosts Of Abu Ghraib, American Promise, Vito, Desert Of Forbidden Art, Scouts Honor, License To Kill, One Last Hug.
Patricia M. Bowers is an intuitive and visionary painter, as well as a poet and teacher who translates her visions into form. Her distinctive metallic paintings are beautiful to behold, and possess a mystical ability to heal and inspire people. Canadian by birth, she lives in Florida with her husband.
Catherine Weiss is a poet, spoken word artist, and illustrator. She holds a BFA in Film and TV Production from NYU and lives in Florence, MA.
Emily Packer provided an exacting eye in the final stages of post production. She also coordinated local screenings, all licensed materials, and help develop distribution strategy. Emily is an independent non fiction filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York.
Sara Franzman is a producer/director with a decade of experience in film and documentary. Her feature work includes “The Answer” and “Summer Breeze.” She is a producer with Monadnock Media, Inc. Sara joined The Breast Archives team in 2012.
Titles and Graphics
Chris Lott is a designer and musician specializing in mixed media animation. He is the lead singer of “Wall of Sound” and lives in Seattle, WA.
Hannah Rosenbaum helps facilitate day to day tasks and maintain the projects’ databases. She is an accomplished musician and artist from New York.
Kinsey Foreman is a social media guru who approaches online networking as a way to organize for social change. She has a degree in Social Thought and Political Economy from The University of Massachusetts Amherst and is inspired by the radical Femme organizers who came before her.
Jared Skolnick is an award-winning filmmaker and freelance videographer who has written, directed, photographed and edited several short films that have screened at many international film festivals.
Gayle Kabaker, an accomplished illustrator and graphic designer, developed the project’s logo. She has been essential in developing the film’s brand and the packaging for ancillary merchandise
Michael Harnar, Ph.D., an expert in transformative participatory evaluation and campaign effectiveness, is advising the development of the documentary’s Users’ Guide.