Faith has been an artist all her life, and an archaeologist since 1995. As a specialist in artifact illustration and field mapping, Faith soon adopted the video camera as a tool to record the world around her. While earning a MS in Cultural Resource Management, she focused on public outreach through the use of video while recording a shipwreck site in western Washington. She has operated a graphic design company for over a decade, focusing on interpretive design to promote an awareness of cultural and natural resources.
Faith’s passion is filmmaking and cinematography, especially when it comes to acquiring unique images from challening perspectives. Her experiences have taken her all over the world, to diverse climates and among many different cultures, and Faith strives to produce films through the lens of those encounters.
Faith specializes in on-location filming of high quality HD video, filmmaking (writing, shooting, editing), and also has experience with production coordination and field logistics.
Canon 5d Markii HD
Sony HVR-Z1U HD
Zoom h4n Audio Recorder
Adzen WM-Pro lavalier mic
ContourHD GPS helmet camera
Mechanized camera slider dolly
Camera crane (12’)
2010 Aerostich Video Award
First place award for a short video highlighting Aerostich motorcycle gear, in the category “Packing It In.”