Christie E. Herring

Christie is an award-winning director, editor, and producer who has worked in documentary filmmaking for over 20 years. She is currently producing and editing bias, a film that explores how our unconscious assumptions influence our choices. She edited and produced Code: Debugging the Gender Gap, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and edited (with Jean Kawahara) The Impossible Flight for NOVA. She directed and produced the ITVS-funded film The Campaign which aired on public television and screened at numerous film festivals and universities. Her credits include work with PBS, National Geographic, A&E, MBC1, the History Channel, and numerous nonprofit and corporate clients including Facebook, SFMoMA, Levis, the Mississippi Center for Justice, and the UC Berkeley Law School. Christie has taught workshops and been a guest lecturer on film at universities around the US, including Stanford University and the Duke University Center for Documentary Studies. She was a selected participant in the NBPC New Media Institute, the ITVS Queer X-Change, and the CPB/PBS Producer’s Academy at WGBH. Christie was a Resident in the San Francisco Film Society’s Film House Residency Program and is a Member-Owner at New Day Films. She received her MA in Documentary Filmmaking from Stanford University.