I use film and video to tell stories that educate and inspire. My latest film is a short documentary, "Girls and Glaciers." The film follows two teenage girls as they expand their personal boundaries in challenging high alpine terrain. They learn field science, outdoor skills, art and teamwork through an organization called Girls on Ice.
I have skills in direction, production, camera, sound and editing. Much of my work is done alone or with a small team. I currently produce educational videos for a sustainable landscape company's blog and website. My other work includes films and videos on green business, salmon recovery, Alzheimer's, palliative care, a gourmet bug chef and more.
Name: Annette Frahm
Lives in: Seattle, Washington
Occupation: Director, Editor, Cinematographer, Videographer, Photographer (Still), Producer, Production Manager, Marketing/pr and Filmmaker
Award of Merit, Best Shorts Competition
Best Documentary, Women's Only Entertainment Film Festival
Official Selection, Worldwide Women's Film Festival
Official Selection, Women Over 50 Film Festival
Hermes Gold Award
MarCom Gold Award
Clarion Award, Association for Women in Communications
Videographer Award of Distinction
Second Place, Healthy Aging Partnership film festival
Master of Communication in Digital Media