Keri Pickett, Producer, Director & Director of Photography
Keri Pickett is a visual storyteller, photographer, film-maker and author whose photographs have been published in national and international publications such as Life, Time, People and Geo magazines. Author of Love in the 90s, B.B. and Jo: The Story of a Lifelong Love, A Granddaughter’s Portrait (Warner Books, 1995), Faeries, (Aperture Books, 2000) and Saving Body & Soul, The Mission of Mary Jo Copeland, Photographs by Keri Pickett, Essays and Interviews by Margaret Nelson, (Random House, 2005), her work often shows how a few people can change the world. Pickett is the recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Bush, McKnight, Jerome and Target Foundations and the Minnesota State Arts Board. Her photographs are in private and museum collections around the world.
The feature documentary The Fabulous Ice Age is Keri Pickett's first film and it has received assistance from the Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant.