Margo's feature directorial debut COUNCILWOMAN is touring the country and will air on America ReFramed in fall 2019. Margo began her film career in 2010 as a producer at WPBT2 (Miami), and produced industrial videos in the Boston area for 7 years. Over the past 20 years, Margo has worked as a union organizer, non-profit development director, Spanish/English translator and media instructor, always building multi-racial collaborations across class lines to inform the work of building a more just society. Margo works with teams that reflect the subjects in the film as a cornerstone of her artistic process. She is passionate about distributing documentary film in new ways, to empower people, and shift narratives. She has an MFA in Film (University of Miami), MA in History (Umass/Amherst), and a BA in History (Brown University). She speaks both Spanish and English, and is a proud Mama of two young children.
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Nikki is a cinematographer based in Boston. Her work ranges from independent documentaries to high-end commercial projects. Previous camera credits include: Frontline (2015), “Runaway Chef; Thailand” (PBS 2010), “Give Me the Banjo” (PBS 2011), and various Discovery ID programs (2013), as well as additional camera work on NOVA "The Great Math Mystery"(2015), and Finding Your Roots. Her documentary and nonprofit shooting work has taken her across the U.S., and to Thailand, Ireland and South Sudan. Nikki was an associate producer on “A Life Among Whales” (PBS, Discovery), and edited the short documentary “Only One Boss” (festivals). She is the Director of Photography for COUNCILWOMAN. Nikki graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University in 2002 with a BS in Television, Radio and Film Production.