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Wendy Elkin
The Painting Bolinas movie marks the Directorial Debut of Wendy Elkin. A former Special Education teacher and photographer in Santa Barbara and San Francisco, Wendy has spent the last three years transitioning into documentary film. A natural transition from still photography where she produced a substantial body of work concerned with social, political and cultural issues. She is an astute observer of American culture.

Wendy has permanent exhibitions in the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, the Rosa Parks History Museum in Montgomery, Alabama and the Smithsonian American History Museum in Washington, D.C.

An advocate for the under dog, producing and directing a film about populations who are mostly ignored in our society has been influential in understanding how her culmination of experiences, i.e.,highlighting unsung heroes and photographing various political and social events has given her a unique perspective into the world of documentary film.



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