Katherine Sweetman is a content creator with work distributed in major film festivals throughout the world including Rencontres Internationales; broadcast on major TV outlets including Cox, Brighthouse Networks and Time Warner; shown in galleries and museums including The Getty Center, Los Angeles.
From 2009-2014 she produced, directed and edited 3D and 4k content for film and television distribution at Passmore Lab, where she created and directed the award-winning series, Road to the Cage 3D, a tell-all sports documentary series on amateur cage fighting and a short form series Extreme Culture 3D. Her latest documentary film, High Flying Jade, is touring film festivals now, winning awards, and being considered for network funding as a series on Extraordinary Women.
Katherine sometimes moonlights as an adjunct university instructor teaching courses on visual culture and media at colleges and universities including The University of California, San Diego; San Diego State University; and California State University, San Marcos and more.
Katherine has an MFA in Visual and Performing arts from the University of California, San Diego, a BA in Arts and Technology from California State University, a certificate from the New School University, and a second MFA in Film and TV Production from The School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California.