Doone Lupine Williams is a writer, filmmaker and sound artist living in the Pacific Northwest. She specialized in VHS videography, found footage and video collage. Her work focuses on an experimentation between the real and the surreal — utilizing both past and present principles of understanding cinema, visually and intellectually.
Doone began her academic journey in pursuing film studies in 2016 and has since then been a student of the historic, San Francisco Art Institute, Studio Arts College International in Florence, and Portland State University — where she received a Bachelors of Art in Film Studies in 2020.
Her passions in film are not limited to her production work. Doone has a strong ambition to continue studying critical analysis and film theory. To check out her latest film lectures visit the lecture page!