It was somewhat challenging to edit a film that is so conceptual by nature. It required me to think outside the box, as most of the ideas that are brought up in the film cannot be visually represented in a literal way. Another challenge was dealing with the limited resources of what was essentially a high school project. We only had one camera for most of the shoots, which meant editing creatively when it came to piecing together discussion group scenes. I really had a fantastic time working on this project, though, as my coworkers and the girls themselves were a joy to be around. I hope to continue to find projects in this vein, as I love doing work that correlates with the subjects I studied as a Women's Studies major back in college.
Check out the trailer for "A Seat at the Table" (2012), below: