Amanda Hammett received her B.A. from Bard College, with a dash of Columbia U. Her past personal work ranges from roast videos to experimental narrative shorts. She created and hosted Bard's first 24-hour Film Festival, where students were put on teams and required to create a short film in twenty-four hours under certain creative specifications. Amanda served as contributing editor on "Notes From the Lower East Side," a documentary on the NYC film co-op's leader MM Serra. Last year she assisted in cutting early ideas for video portions of the New York Public Library's centennial celebration. Amanda has also worked and volunteered with festivals and shows including the Drive-In Film Festival and MoMA PS1's summer WarmUp series.