Tiny House Revolution
WHAT I DID
For almost 35 years, women have held less than two percent of carpentry positions in the United States. Seattle-based nonprofit Sawhorse Revolution is out to change that. This is easily one of my favorite pieces I’ve had the opportunity to work on. When I heard that this Seattle-based non-profit organization was starting a girls-only project to build a tiny house for the homeless, I knew I wanted to document the process from start to finish. KCTS 9 greenlit the idea and I spent 4 months total with the group filming group classes, community presentations, and build retreats in northern WA state. I interviewed the all-female mentorship team including architects and professional builders, along with the homeless resident who was going to be living in the house. My role included all the production aspects including shooting, editing, interviews and scripting.