Anne Catherine Hundhausen is an emerging director/producer and experienced performer living and working in New York City.
She earned her MFA in Integrated Media Arts from Hunter College and has worked on various independent video productions including
TrashIn' the Big Apple, a documentary short about the environmental impacts food waste, which made its rounds in the festival circuit.
She has worked with Brooklyn Independent Television on the news magazine show, Neighborhood Beat, participated in a master class with
Iranian filmmaker, Abbas Kiarostami, and has traveled to India to direct a documentary short on a charitable hospital. In addition,
Hundhausen served as an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Film and Media at Hunter College, teaching video production. She is
presently freelancing as a director, producer and editor for various commercial and independent projects.