Hello - I'm Dulcinee (dul•sih•nay). I'm a freelance editor and writer/director. I'm also a visual artist (portfolio currently under construction).
Lio Mehiel and Russell Kahn are my creative partners - together we founded Voyeur Productions.
My heart is in narrative, but I also work on docs, music videos, and commercials. I like to walk the wonderfully blurry boundary between film and video art.
LA is always home, but somehow I keep finding myself in NYC. When I die, though, bury me in the Mojave.
Directing Fellow at the Fall/Winter 2021 First Frame Initiative, hosted by BlackMagic Collective
Co-Founder of Voyeur Productions, a multi-platform storytelling hub that creates immersive experiences, narrative film, and TV
Entrepreneur at Creative Startups 2020, a global startup accelerator educating and investing in creative entrepreneurs, startups, and growth companies
Editor & Producer at the Academy, the host of the Oscars and non-profit to advance the arts and sciences of motion pictures
Editor at MATTE Projects, an NYC-based creative agency and production company
Clients include Don Julio & Rise Festival
Editor & DIT at Hayden5, a full service video production partner for agencies & brands
Clients include Spotify, Walmart & Cycle for Survival
Resident at the 2019 NYC Iteration of the Saas Fee Summer Institute of Art (SFSIA) entitled "States of Consciousness in Cognitive Capitalism"
Video Director and Dramaturg for Arcade Amerikana, an immersive multimedia event that premiered at Industry City in BK to a sold-out run in December 2018
Content Director for SHOW UP 2018, a youth-driven GOTV campaign to drive millennial voter turnout in the 2018 Midterm Elections
Sr. Content Producer at Silicon Drive, a boutique marketing agency specializing in startups and emerging brands
Clients include MotoAmerica, TAP, Just Float, and +Red Elixir
Editor at Deutsch, a national full-service ad agency
Clients include VW, Target, and the California Milk Advisory Board
Resident at the 2018 LA Iteration of the Saas Fee Summer Institute of Art (SFSIA) entitled "Art and Politics in the Age of Cognitive Capitalism"