Gretchen Siegchrist's passion for video production developed early. She remembers — with a bit of embarrassment — the Sesame Street spoofs that she and her sisters created using their grandmother's clunky VHS video camera. Now Siegchrist uses smaller, lighter digital equipment, but still has just as much fun recording and editing movies. Gretchen is:
Siegchrist is a former writer for Lifewire, where she wrote extensively about desktop video. She works with businesses, institutions, and individuals across the globe on web videos for marketing and promotion. She has a special interest in corporate responsibility and sustainability and has produced hundreds of video interviews with sustainability leaders across all industries.
Gretchen's videos have been shown everywhere from the boardroom to the big screen. Her documentary, "The Barber Farm," has been screened and won awards at film festivals in the United States and Canada.
Gretchen earned a B.A. from New York University and a master's degree in video production from Suffolk University in Boston.
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