A recent transplant from Vermont, Meredith is a long time Community TV enthusiast. Before finding her way to the Belmont Media Center she was a founding member and later, Executive Director of, the Hardwick Community TV Station for many years. From there, she went on to run her own video and animation business for local non-profits.
Meredith is an award-winning filmmaker specializing in animation. Her films have been broadcast on PBS and have screened at venues such as the Museum of Modern Art, NYC, the National Art Gallery, DC, the Exploratorium, SF, as well as at international film festivals, art galleries, and colleges and universities. She also enjoys showing her films at community spaces such as the walls of endangered community gardens on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and the sides of old barns in Northern Vermont.
An enthusiastic educator, Meredith has traveled far and wide teaching video and animation to both youth and adults. Her workshops, classes and camps have taken her from rural Vermont to the outer boroughs of New York City, to Alaska and the mountains of Northern Mexico. She has also taught video and animation at colleges and universities. She double-majored in Public Policy and French at Duke University, and has an MFA in Film/Video from Bard College.
In her spare time she plays old timey fiddle, cross country skis, and is working on a young adult novel.