Photo Gallery
Photo Gallery
Photo Gallery

Collaborative Artistic Team

Lisa Marie Patzer, co-director, producer and special effects editor, has worked as a multimedia video artist since 1997, utilizing digital technology to create interactive installations, single channel videos and live performances. Through her work she explores the intersections between technology, the body and psycho/social processes. Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally in multi-media venues and fine arts galleries including the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia and the Slought Foundation. She is currently working towards an MFA degree in Film and Media Arts at Temple University and is teaching technology-based arts classes.

Ian Markiewicz, co-director, writer, and director of photography is an independent filmmaker, artist, and university instructor dedicated to the exploration of the potency of independent media and the filmic medium as a tool for social advocacy, cultural confluence, and artistic vision and storytelling. Ian teaches courses in film production at The University of the Arts and Temple University in Philadelphia and works as a freelance filmmaker on projects and productions throughout the greater Philadelphia area. He spends his summers teaching students from around the world at the New York Film Academy programs in Paris, France, Budapest, Hungary, and Harvard University. Ian earned his M.F.A. in Film and Media Arts from Temple University in 2009.

Doris (Chia-Ching) Lin, co-director and model artist, is a filmmaker, multimedia artist, and stage designer from Taiwan. Her work explores multimedia arts. She is pursuing her MFA in filmmaking at Temple University and has recently made several shorts, including “Missing Peaces,” a 16mm experimental narrative; “Silou Vege and Fruit Market,” a documentary about a full day at a market in Taiwan; and “Transdialection,” an experimental sound and video piece. Doris has won several awards in set design for theatrical productions. Most notably, her stage design project won the first award in Prague Quadrennial Taiwan Exhibition Competition, after which she was chosen to represent Taiwan at PQ2007 Scenofest in Prague.

David Miranda Hardy, sound designer, has been Sound Designer, Sound Editor and or Sound Mixer for more than 60 feature films for all the Americas, working for directors such as Francisco Lombardi (Peru), Andres Wood (Chile) and Lucrecia Martel (Argentina). He has received the Chilean National Arts Development Grant in four occasions, in both Music and Film. In 2008 he wrote-directed his first short film, Persistence of Memory, featured in the Philadelphia International Film Festival. David Miranda Hardy is currently living in Philadelphia, pursuing an MFA in Film at Temple University, under a Fulbright Scholarship.


Alison Crouse, art direction, grip

David Miranda Hardy, sound recording, grip, special effects, hand model

Jon Olshefski, camera operator, grip

Jen Schneider, 1st AC, grip