Carrie Bush, Production Coordinator

Posted by the listening project on Thursday, December 1st, 2005

Carrie was born in Minneapolis. Over the past ten years, She has lived and worked in England, California, Argentina and Minnesota where she has had a variety of careers, ranging from teaching physics and astronomy to leading 30 and 45 day canoe trips in Northern Canada.

Since she turned her focus to films, Carrie has worked on a number of short format and feature-length productions, including a documentary that premiered at SXSW in March 2005. She was recently awarded with an IFP Access Grant for a work-in-progress documentary at the Harriet Tubman Family Alliance that she is co-directing. Being apart of The Listening Project is a dream opportunity for Carrie, as she believes this film could be a powerful tool for communication and understanding.

When Carrie is not working on films, she enjoys riding her long board-skateboard, practicing yoga and being social with her life-long friends and beautiful family.

Carrie holds a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and American Indian Studies from the University of Minnesota-Duluth as well as an A.S. in Video and Digital Studies from Minneapolis College.

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