About


2020 Productions Perfect Vision New Media. Perfect vision, seeing the digital future clearly. We produce, create, distribute, and market film and new media productions. Home of the DC Web Fest.

20/20 New Media is the force behind Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden, a popular indie web series that offers a fresh look at the lives of D.C. teens. The show has since finished production. The series has viewership in 146 countries. 20/20 has done work for Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, Random House, and The Washington Ballet. 20/20 New Media and Astray Productions are currently teaming up to produce HardDCcore, a coming of age story about a group of high school misfits trying to start a band, and “find themselves”, during the DC hardcore music scene. With 15+ years of experience in production and distribution, 20/20 New Media also offers professional consultations.

Summer 2018 Projects:
HardDCcore, A film about the DC hardcore punk-rock scene in the 1980s.
She's So Crazy, highlighting women in tech and the affects of toxic work culture on their mental health and well-bring.  

Some Past Work: 

Publications:

  • The Wild West of Film First industry textbook on web series creation and digital storytelling — 348 pages.
  • A series of seven young adult fiction works, in addition to a collection of short stories “Utopia” (2013) and “Green” .

Exhibited:

  • Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery At the Smith Center- Photography exhibited in group show, Us+Them=U.S. Finding Common Ground in a Divided Nation    
  • National Museum of Women in the Arts- led a Culture Capital “State of the Union” discussion on the role of Women in the Media, in addition to
    screening video art.
  • Fathom Gallery (Official FotoWeek DC Event)- solo still photography exhibition titled This Must be the Place.
  • Artisphere- Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden Season 7 Premier, with hosted open Q&A with audience, media outlets, and
    live-tweets.