Katherine Sweetman is an artist, filmmaker and media technologist with work distributed in major film festivals; broadcast on major TV outlets including Cox, Brighthouse Networks and Time Warner; shown in galleries and museums including The Getty Center, Los Angeles. Since 2008, she has been teaching courses on visual culture and media at colleges and universities including The University of California, San Diego; San Diego State University; and California State University, San Marcos. From 2009-2014 she directed and produced 3D and 4k content for film and television distribution at Passmore Lab, where she directed the award wining series, "Road to the Cage 3D" a tell-all sports documentary series on amateur cage fighting. Katherine has an MFA from the University of California, San Diego, a BA in Arts and Technology from California State University, a certificate from the New School University, and she is currently pursing her second MFA in Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California.
Includes work from feature film in post production, series pilots, short film scripts.
Includes work from licensed and sold projects appearing on Comcast, Brighthouse Networks, Revry TV, Time Warner.
Worked professionally on documentary and narrative series, shorts, music videos, commercials, trailers, VR projects and reels. Samples of all of these available upon request along with recommendations from directors.
Includes work on hit TV shows such as Ray Donovan, two feature films starring James Franco (where I also served as Visual Effects Supervisor), and many other shorts, features, music videos, VR projects and commercials.
Includes video art work shown at The Getty, The San Diego Museum of Art, Los Angles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) and more.