Once upon a time,
there was a stereotypical film nerd: Randi
Overweight and awkward, she preferred to spend time fiddling with cameras and editing in her bedroom lair. This turned into an outright passion at which she found herself at
The University of Southern California Film School
in Los Angeles, CA making films with other filmmakers from around the world.
Today, Randi produces and edits videos for HYDROGEN CARS, WORLD OCEAN DAY CLEAN UP, alternative energy sources and other ways we can do good and well at the same time.
She won a Grant to create, produce, edit, distribute and monetize an original web series about working in the New Gig Economy. It’s called TASKONOMICS.COM (Featured in BusinessInsider.com & Zagat.com)
She’s interviewed CEO's and celebrities
ranging from Richard Branson to 50 Cent, slept on the streets to report the first iPhone for Wired.com, and the first commercial spaceship, smiled her way through the Department of Homeland Security, produced and edited brand videos for AT&T, CHARLOTTE TILBURY MAKEUP, Inked Magazine, IBM, JOHNSON & JOHNSON, Kodak, MTV, Morgan Stanley, Open Society Foundations, Ogilvy Advertising, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, PSFK, Sprite, Standard Chartered Bank, DailyMail, The Observer, The Dodo, TDAMERITRADE, The Wall Street Journal, Weddings, Memories and helps cool kids who want to make videos.
She’s filmed the Twin Towers fall on 9/11, footage now seen in the 911 Museum, published essays for 'Guide to Film Schools and TV/Courses' (Penguin) and followed models around the world for celebrity makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury and Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
In her free time, Randi teaches science to kids with cancer RIPRAP FRIENDS, travels to Rome to find Fellini's film locations, joins beach clean ups, stays fit in THE CLASS and TRIBE OF THE PHOENIX, quotes movies too often, helps her mother with her iPhone and blogs walkofshames.com
And, though, Randi may no longer have
Her lair to hide in, filmmaking
remains her sanctuary.
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