Adrienne has an MFA in Documentary Filmmaking from Chapman University, and a BA in Film Studies from Whitman College. She has a wide range of experience in documentary, promotional, and other creative film forms, but her greatest passion is social justice-oriented documentary filmmaking. Her short documentary, Fare Share, about the ride-share industry and its effects on Seattle’s workers, has played at festivals around the country. In 2017 her documentary, Drawn from Life, about an artist who suffers from Asperger’s, screened at the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival in Seattle, one of the largest South Asian film festivals on the continent. She recently worked with Up Series director Michael Apted on development for her MFA thesis film, Out of the Shadows, which premiered at the 2018 DocuWest Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Documentary at the Pasadena International Film Festival. Adrienne has also worked as a production intern at Vox Pop Films in Los Angeles, and as an assistant editor on documentary work at Daltonic Films in Seattle. She currently lives in Seattle with her husband and baby boy and teaches filmmaking at Seattle Central College and Bellevue College.