Amanda Larson graduated from Oberlin College with a visual arts degree focused on filmmaking. She quickly found her way to NYC working in the commercial post-production field, and crewing on any set she could find. After burning out on the cutthroat pace of the East Coast, she relocated to Seattle where she found an incredibly supportive and creative community of multi-talented video artists at 911 Media Arts Center, where she currently teaches animation and editing. Her most recent video was part of a dance performance entitled MOLT, by local choreographer Paige Barnes. MOLT was presented at On the Boards as part of the Northwest New Works Festival. She is currently working on a short documentary about the festival and its impact on local artists. Amanda creates and edits documentaries, shorts, and animations through her company, tiny orange.