Kori Feener is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and photographer who believes in the power of storytelling. Feener’s work has been screened in festivals, and at events and universities across the United States.
She is the Creator of an upcoming documentary web series, On The Farm, that follows the staff at Natick Community Organic Farm for a full calendar year as they educate and feed the greater Boston area.
Feener is also working on a long-term feature documentary entitled Bea with Emmy award-winning cinematographer Allen Moore. Bea is a coming of age tale about a young girl with a genetic condition so rare, no one else in the world has it.
Her most recent feature work, Hard Way Home, gave her the opportunity to turn the camera on herself as she attempted to thru-hike 2,000 miles of the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. Hard Way Home premiered at the Virginia Film Festival in 2013 to a sold-out crowd and went on to win the Best Feature award at the Chattanooga Film Festival.
Feener has worked as Assistant Editor to the award-winning documentary filmmaker Ross McElwee, teaches at Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick, Massachusetts and is an Adjunct Professor at Emerson College.
She is a member of the Non-Fiction Cartel, based out of Boston and has earned a B.A. in Film and Media Arts from the University of Tampa as well as an M.F.A in Media Art at Emerson College. She is available for producing and editing video content, as well as workshops, training and photography.
Photo credit: Liza Voll