Hi, I'm Allison! I'm a creative producer passionate about connecting the world to (more) art.

2024 was my third year serving on the selection committee for TVFilm, a showcase of indie short films from Upstate New York filmmakers that airs on PBS. I collaborated with the lead producer and fellow panel to judge and curate three seasons of programming featuring a variety of genre films for broadcast across the country.

From press releases to internal communications and scripts for social media posts and television programming, I have extensive experience in all forms for communication, including the handling of confidential/sensitive information. 

Click here to read a press release about the hiring of a new host for the PBS program New York NOW.

Click here to watch a television commercial I wrote the script for, shot, and edited.

As a creative producer, I utilize research for all my projects, from written work to visual media and archival material. Most recently, I supported the PBS documentary Bridging the Divide with research assistance that included interviews for first-hand accounts, racking down and acquiring archival footage and images, and produced several informational videos as digital exclusives for the documentary.

The UNTITLED STONEWALL PROJECT is a podcast by Filmnation exploring the history of the Stonewall Riots. This pitch deck was designed to share with potential project funders. Click image to view.

I created a suite of printed academic catalogues for SUNY Cobleskill, used in their Admissions office and mailed to prospective students across the country. Click image to view.

Print & Web Ads

I developed the tagline, logo, and copy for an advertising campaign around the CR Wood Center Center. Click the button below to view the landing page I developed.

For several years, I produced Glens Falls Hospital's Annual Report; curating, writing, and designing the entire booklet and managing the print production process. Click image to view.

I produced and created the cover artwork for PRIDE: IN THE NAME OF LOVE for WEXT Radio. This limited series podcast is an intimate look into the minds of local musicians and the bridge between music and identity.

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A History of the hoosick street bridge

In 1954, a federal act leading to the construction of America’s Interstate system kickstarted urban renewal at the cost of neighborhoods across the country. Produced, shot, and edited for WMHT PBS.

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Behind the Brand: the City of Oneonta

A peek into the collaboration between a local advertising firm and the City of Oneonta in re-branding this beloved Upstate destination. Produced, shot, and edited for The City of Oneonta.

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Snow place like camp: double h ranch

Double H Ranch is an Adirondack camp for children living with serious illnesses, part of the SeriousFun Children’s Network founded by Paul Newman. Produced, shot, and edited for SeriousFun Children’s Network.

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The Life of Thomas Cole

Thomas Cole’s life and work coincide with a pivotal period in American history. Before Cole’s eyes and on his canvas, the newly formed nation would find a vision of its identity born and its future questioned. Research assistance and producer of short-form video content for PBS.

As part of Capital Region drag artist Typhoid Mary's appearance on the PBS show AHA! A House for Arts, I edited a vertical reel for social media that was the station's first-ever viral video.  The reel racked up over 40,000 views, 5,000 likes, and was bookmarked over 200 times, with a total view time of over 147 hours. In addition, it brought over 1,000 new views to our website and helped us reach a brand new audience of young, queer art lovers from across the state.