Taylor Dunne is a filmmaker, curator, research fiend and university lecturer based in Colorado’s San Luis Valley and Brattleboro, Vermont.¬† She has an affinity for photographic processes, amateur film, the personal archive and the history of the cinematic apparatus. She uses these obsessions, and a wide range of media, to paint intimate poetic essays that examine the interconnectedness of time, history and landscape. Her work strives to make visible underrepresented histories, and to inspire citizens to participate in shaping future trends in cultural representation. Her works have been exhibited at venues that include; the New York Film Festival, the Tribeca Film Festival, Crossroads Film and Video Festival (San Francisco), FOL: Experimental Film Society (Istanbul), EXDOC (Paris) and The Deluge Center for Contemporary Art (Victoria, BC). She has curated film screenings for The Black Cube Artist Program, Experiments in Cinema Film Festival (Albuquerque), The Boulder Public Library and The Brakhage Center. In 2016 she co-curated¬†Mountain Time: Films the Interior of North America, a program of artist-made films and toured with them at micro-cinemas across Europe. She is producing her first feature length project, an essay film and digital archive, that interrogates¬† landscapes of nuclear weapons testing, manufacturing and anti-nuclear activism in the American Southwest. Taylor is currently Assistant Professor of Film Studies at Keene State College.