Nicole Prowell Hart is a Boston-based documentary filmmaker who takes an occasional dive into the world of experimental film. She received her Masters from Emerson College in Visual Media Arts and is currently finishing her MFA in Media Art at Emerson. She has also studied filmmaking at FAMU in Prague.
Nicole has worked with MIT’s Nextlab program, which allowed her to travel to the Philippines to document a medical research team’s work on mobile applications in the healthcare field. Her work has screened at the Smithsonian Institution’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York. Additionally, Nicole has worked as an assistant editor for documentary filmmaker Ross McElwee, and as a teaching assistant at Harvard University. She currently teaches media production at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School. Her current work includes Losing LeBron, a feature-length documentary about the impact of NBA superstar LeBron James' departure on the city of Cleveland.