Clients and Projects
(Follow the links for samples of work)
VR Development Group - Video production || University of Wisconsin - Training videos for the Mindfulness Training for Smokers project
Madison Metropolitan School District - Music videos with elementary school students
Echo Valley Farm - Documentary || Wingra School - Documentary
Southern Illinois University - Vocational rehabilitation training videos || Cooperative Care home health care co-op - Documentary
Generate Talent Management - Web design || Monkey Business Institute improv troupe - Video production, graphic design, photography and web design
Adventure Yarns international development - Video production, web and graphic design || Inner Passage adventure guides - Web and graphic design
Donor Collaborative of Wisconsin - Web design || Madison Media Institute - Video production
Free Speech TV Source Code - Interviews and video production
... and video production, graphic and web design for many other organizations, businesses and artists
Tona and Bigbite
With a broad and flexible project focus, I create unique and customized solutions for clients. My creative community is based in Madison, Wisconsin and includes gifted actors, visual artists, directors, writers and comedians. I have ongoing projects with the Blame Society Productions comedy team and collaborate often with performers from the Monkey Business Institute improv group.
ANAPALANA: Unique Adornment features my handcrafted jewelry and accessories.
In addition to my visual and design work I have an academic background and earned a Ph.D. in Sociology in 2006 (UW-Madison). My past research focused on ethnography and education and I taught several writing intensive and project-oriented courses. As I have moved into new projects I find that I often draw upon this background to do what I think of as visual ethnography.
- Juror for the Wisconsin Film Festival, 2007, 2010
- Juror for the Madison 48 Hour Film Project, 2007, 2014
- Co-Director of the Wis-Kino microcinema network, 2004-2007
Ladies of YouTube: Tona Williams, A View From Behind The Camera
I talk about shooting the Welcome to the Basement show in an interview for The Mary Sue: A Guide To Girl Geek Culture: Ladies Of YouTube: Tona Williams, A View From Behind The Camera.
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