experiential media workshops for young people. Workshops include learning about all aspects of video production, including cinematograhy and digital editing. Workshops also address media literacy and activism.
Check out these videos created by previous youth workshop participants!
Recent workshop participants included youth from the San Jose Youth Commission and several local high schools in collaboration with CreaTV San Jose and MACLA (Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana).
several workshop options, including comprehensive 10 week production workshops or one-day workshops to fit the needs of your community.
has taught filmmaking and media literacy to pre-teens
and teenagers through West Valley College's digital media project (www.cool2video.com), U.C. Berkeley Extension, The Tech Museum, and PACT Family Camp for Adoptive Families. She
has also taught narrative and documentary filmmaking
at U.C. Santa Cruz, Drexel University and San Francisco State University.
Tricia is an experienced public speaker who addresses
challenges and rewards of being a woman filmmaker.
Filmmaking as a Career, San Jose, CA. Presented to 400 high school students at Downtown College Prep (2008)
Guest lectures at U.C. Berkeley and the
University of San Francisco (2006)
in Filmmaking Panel, New York International
Latino Film Festival (2003)
Women of Color in Filmmaking Panel at
the Women of Color Film Festival in Berkeley,