Olivia Peace is a filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist born and raised in the Midwest and currently living in Los Angeles. She is a recent Northwestern University graduate with a BA in the Radio, Television, and Film Program. "Pangaea" was Olivia’s final directorial piece while at Northwestern University, following an animated short "Lucid" (2014) along with several music videos and studio art pieces that have received grants as well as international festival recognition. She is a Sundance Ignite Fellow.
Her work spans a multitude of mediums from 2D paintings, to film, to large scale art installations. “Pangaea” recently had its primetime television premiere on PBS on the show Afropop. Her work has also been featured in several blogs including MassAppeal, FakeShoreDrive, and TheseDays.
Her professional interests include film directing, interactive art, and production design.
(n) a person well versed in Aesthetics; the branch of the arts that deals with concepts such as the beautiful, the ugly, the sublime, the comic etc. Such a person's skill-set is typically far reaching in range in order to obtain a piece's desired creative and visual effect.