Tell Me A Different Story

Deadly Ponies Gang!

Analog, Alter, Augment

Who Took Johnny

I Don't Want to Grow Up

Prop Art

Humans for Film!

The Search for Emak Bakia

The Reinvention of Hollywood



This blog began in 2009 to chart the making of the feature film Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then, a DIY animation made in a barn in rural Pennsylvania that now resides in the permanent collection of MoMA! Currently this blog is a document of visual culture & storytelling, seeing creativity as a telling point in time with a long, receding past and an awesome, onrushing future that we all have the power to shape. My work has been published in Filmmaker Magazine, One+One Filmmakers Journal, Hammer to Nail and in 2014 I was accepted into the Women Film Critics Circle! I also act on various film festival screening committees, am a reader & contributing animator to Electric Literature/Recommended Reading & continue to provide production support to filmmakers & artists in need of a keen editing eye. Today I live in a tiny village in between two mountains in southern Vermont where river swimmers and bald eagles float. Tune in to community radio station Sundays from 6-8pm EST for my show Team Donna K. music + culture + science