Carla Bishop's work utilizes media as a powerful tool to unite communities and ignite transformative social change.
Bishop combines traditional documentary techniques with cutting-edge immersive media, including augmented reality, geotagging, and 360 videos. This bold fusion results in an unforgettable experience for viewers, as they are transported into the heart of historically black communities through captivating place-based narratives.
Bishop is an assistant professor of film and media production in the Sidney Poitier New American Film School.
She is a recipient of the highly coveted MIT and Black Public Media Fellowship, hosted by the MIT Open Documentary Lab.