Contact | RebeccaScheckman@gmail.com | 516 359 9285
Director, Editor & Cinematographer with seasoned experience working in online video publication and television broadcast.
Rebecca Scheckman holds a BFA from Tufts, and an MA in Media and a Certificate of Documentary Studies from The New School. She currently works as the Media and Art Specialist at the African American Policy Forum where she collaborates on the podcast, Intersectionality Matters and supports the team with audio and visual media to develop engaging and meaningful content. Additionally she works with the talented crew at Dakoit Pictures, as an Editor and Art Director.
Previously she held the position of Creative Director at American Prison Data Systems, a start up and b-Corp developing technology to create better access to education in prisons, where she developed their visual story. For four years, she developed, directed, and edited the online TV show, The Laura Flanders Show. Working at the tv show served as a formative experience to Rebecca’s career with over 175 episodes released, several short documentaries and 350 plus interviews filmed.
She now has more than ten years experience working in media.
Co-Founders Kimberlé Wiliams Crenshaw and Luke Harris
Cinematographer, documenting the work of Kimberlé Crenshaw and the #SayHerName campaign. Providing material to be used for posters, campaign videos, and fundraising. More recently working as the Arts and Media Specialist for the African American Policy Forum working more on the post production side and media strategies for documenting large events as well as for marketing and outreach materials.
Freelancer for the Brooklyn based Production house as both Art Director and Junior Editor.
Art Director for commercial sets.
Editor for Documentary.
Visual Storyteller, Media Manager, and Graphic Designer. I train Aikido at this dojo and produce video content, posters and support media strategies.
Cinematographer, 21 and Done
21 is a celebrated age for many young Americans, but if you’re aging out of Foster Care system, the countdown can feel more like a ticking bomb. What should be an age for celebrating adulthood becomes a time of anxiety, desperation and danger for many of these young adults. Meet current and former Foster youth facing these unique challenges and organizations outside the system that are on the front lines battling for their futures.
Director Kiara C. Jones
Producer Jocelyn K. Scott
Director & Editor of weekly show
Work created between 2012-2015 includes full 25 minute episodes, short documentaries event coverage and special reports.
Responsible for the creation over 350 videos from scratch to finish for the online TV show, the Laura Flanders Show. I have expertise in media production and crew management.
Coordination of stage managers, panelists and crew. Tech setup to meet the needs of the event and schedule. Shooting and editing.
Video package of four videos for Green Meadow Waldorf School
Kickstarter Video Campaign
Director of Cinematography & Editor for a live Panel Discussion Series
Campaign Video Editor #AboutUsWithoutUs
Co-created in-house production company to teach New School Media Studies students production skills. Developed and executed client projects while teaching the student-staff industry standards.
Commercials for The New School
Director & Editor for femtechnet and The School of Media Studies: Video Dialogue Series. FemTechNet is an activated network of hundreds of scholars, students, and artists who work on, with, and at the borders of technology, science, and feminism in a variety of fields including Science and Technology Studies (STS), Media and Visual Studies, Art, Women’s, Queer, and Ethnic Studies. Launched in 2012, the network has developed and experimented with collaborative processes to address the educational needs of students interested in feminist science-and-technology studies.
Director & Editor – Student film created in the Documentary Certificate program with The School of Media Studies at The New School.
Located on the border of Bedford-Stuyvesant and Bushwick, two rapidly changing Brooklyn neighborhoods, Grace Exhibition Space presents the collision of the “art world” and the “real world” with its action-based performance art.
I began using video to document my own art and then began to branch out and document other artist work. Eventually I wanted to connect my activism and interest in social justice with my art so I went back to school for documentary at the New School. My first film, Interstice, still followed artists but I couldn’t ignore the galleries surrounding neighborhood and class difference that I was witnessing. Interstice is just me observing the intersection of these two worlds while still sharing the work and ideas of a global network of artists.
Rachelle Krieger: A Closer Look
A closer look at the artist Rachelle Krieger’s creative process.
Art After The Bomb
Music by Meredith Monk
Paintings by Leonard Meiselman
This is my self-portrait submitted to graduate school in 2010