Here are some shorts I've directed, edited, and/or conceptualized:
The Documentary photographer (2015): as part of the DBTH series
"Don't Believe the Hype: The story of the Modern Day 'Bohemian'" is a documentary film about young artists, who we are, and what we do. In this short I met Samera, a photographer showcasing her work at an exhibition in Philadelphia.
"The Documentary photographer" a DBTH short from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.
Keith Haring Exhibit at the TBD Art Gallery (2015)
Nearing the end of the exhibition I visited TBD for their Closing Reception and Celebration of Keith Haring's life and legacy.
Keith Haring Exhibit at the TBD Art Gallery from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.
You Hear Chocolate (2014) : as part of the "Don't Believe the Hype" series
My classmate, Tarik Smith and I followed three beautifully talented ladies who call themselves Audible Chocolate(for our Documentary Production 101 final project). On the subway, on the stage, and soon enough in the studio; they sound as good as chocolate tastes, maybe even better. This short is a peep into their street performer life on an NYC subway train.
I, with the help of some great friends, am currently working on a documentary. The film will showcase the lives of young artists living in New York City and challenge certain stereotypes, misconceptions, and stigmas attached to being an artist. In this, the film will show who we really are and what we do.
Over the past couple of years this has become a series. I have acquired a lot of footage and music and I've met tons of artists. DBTH is certainly a process, not a one time thing.
Original Trailer (2012):
"Don't Believe the Hype!: The story of the modern day bohemian" First Trailer from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.
Don't Believe the Hype! The Story of the Modern Day "Bohemian" from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.
Artists of Brooklyn College (2014)
Don't Believe The Hype!: Artists of Brooklyn College from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.
What do you EAT on Campus ?! (2014)
As an in class project for my Documentary Production class we had to break up in to groups, come up with a concept, and shoot. The other three members of my group and I worked on this project equally as a group in Production and in Post. We asked students on campus about their dietary habits as college students and here's what we got
What do you EAT on Campus ?! from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.
For my Film Production class we all had to write and direct 3-10 minute long short films, using either the Bell & Howell or Bolex camera.. This is my final project., entitled "Lukewarm" about a young aspiring model who stumbles across what could be her destiny. This was filmed with a Bolex camera, prime lens using black and white reversal film.
"Lukewarm" Short Film from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.
Another Saturday Night(2011)
Inspired by the Sam Cooke song, one boring Saturday Night I asked my younger sister for some help to make this fun short.