What's more important than the visual, intuitive communication of a feeling or idea? Beth was first published by The Boston Globe multiples times during her tenure there as an intern while attending University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
It was at the Globe where the love of the written word, coupled with powerful visuals, took root as a way of life. Twenty five years later, she remains active as a contributor to Tiny Atlas Quarterly, her own project promoting awareness of the dangers of plastics in our oceans entitled Deep Deep Trouble, and shows in galleries.
The stop motion videos were made with plastic collected at my local beach, shot on my iPhone without a rig (intentionally) and assembled in Final Cut Pro X. All the music was written and composed for each piece by me and posted to my social media account to promote awareness of the dangers of plastics in our oceans. This work garnered an official selection at the 2017 Patagonia Film Festival.