Shelene Bridge

Shelene Bridge


BA, College of Santa Fe


Throughout the past 17 years, Ms. Bridge has pursued a film career in a variety of roles including Writer, Producer, Director, Camera Operator, Motion Graphics Designer, and Editor. An award-winning filmmaker, she has proven her effectiveness at organizing and coordinating shoots, using production equipment and writing and editing scenes, treatments and scripts. She has also edited short and feature films (both narrative and documentary), as well as commercials, corporate and promotional videos.

Her recent Projects include: Motion Graphics Designer for Dorothea Lange: Grab A Hunk of Lighting, which premiered on PBS American Masters in August, 2014; Camera Operator & Editor for A Horseback Ride to the Soul, which won Best Documentary at the New Mexico Filmmaker’s Showcase 2015; and Producer, Camera Operator & Editor for Zydeco Breakfast, wan official selection at the 2015 Santa Fe Independent Film Festival.

Ms. Bridge has taught film making at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design and at the Santa Fe Community College, as well as after school Film Workshops for Middle School kids. She also serves as Vice President for New Mexico Women in Film and is a member Women In Film And Television International and the New Mexico Post Alliance.

Courses Taught

Making Dynamic Films, Production Explorations


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