Erin Espelie


ERIN ESPELIE is a writer, editor, and filmmaker, with degrees in molecular and cellular biology from Cornell University and the experimental and documentary arts from Duke University. Her poetic, nonfiction films have shown around the world at the New York Film Festival, the British Film Institute's London Film Festival, the Whitechapel Gallery, the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Imagine Science Film Festival, and more.

Espelie holds an associate professorship in Cinema Studies and the Moving Image Arts at the University of Colorado Boulder, where she co-founded and co-directs NEST (Nature, Environment, Science & Technology) Studio for the Arts. Espelie has published in TiltWest, Leonardo, the Brooklyn Rail, and has co-edited Deep Horizons: A Multisensory Archive of Ecological Affects & Prospects (Amherst College Press, 2023).

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