Kristiana Weseloh graduated from American University's Visual Media program in 2001. During college she interned for the award-winning company Washington Media Associates. Her credits include the Bill Moyers special 'Trade Secrets' and 'Return of the Czar', an episode of Frontline. Kristiana spent several years in Portland, Oregon at North Shore Productions in a variety of roles from Associate Producer, Assistant Editor to becoming a Producer and Lead Editor.
Some of the projects include:
Editor - Clark County Wetlands Park, feature length documentary and additional films, March 2008 – May 2010
Additional Editor -“Gates of the Arctic: Alaska’s Brooks Range. Narrated by Glenn Close”, feature length documentary, May 2008
Editor/Associate Producer - Glenbow Museum "Mavericks: An Incorrigible History of Alberta", Alberta, Canada, documentary films for permanent exhibit, 2005-2007
Producer/Editor - Roger Williams Memorial Park, Providence, Rhode Island, historical film for interactive kiosk, August 2006- May 2007
Her directorial debut “What’s the Matter Girlie?” premiered at the 2005 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival and is now distributed by Aquarius Health Care Media. In 2006 her music video for the band The Sort Ofs, “Head to Head with the Smarts of Our Leisure” premiered at the first annual New York Short Short Film Festival. Kristiana participated in the 2010 International Documentary Challenge and her film “Glorified Reality: Tales of a Street Vending Artist” screened at several locations around Oregon.