Cosmic Orchid
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Glenora Blackshire

Glenora returned to her stage-directing roots with Millennium Mom at 
the DAPLab's Phase II Fall Staged Reading series in December, 2013. 
For most of the last decade, she has produced work primarily for screens large and small. 

She is the current camera-woman and last season's Emmy-nominated
editor for the CBS-local television show Toni On New York. Her feature-
length documentary "Smell Me" is currently in post-production. 

Her editing work for filmmaker/photographer Richard Kern was recently
included in the DVD-extra for the Taschen book "Shot by Kern," and has appeared on Channel 4 in England. Her editing work for artist Martynka Wawrzyniak has appeared at the Venice Biennale. 

Her directing collaboration with Italian author Elena Perazzini produced several short films that have played across Italy on Perazzini's book tours. 

Glenora has produced and directed several short documentaries and
music videos. She is currently editing a feature film written and 
directed by Dionne Jones called "The Goat Shearing," which first got
its legs as a staged reading directed by Glenora back in 2004. 

Glenora has an MFA in Directing from The Actors Studio Drama School (New School University) and was a member of the inaugural graduating class.