Deborah Anderson is a multi-talented artist, living in Colorado. She grew up in a musical family and as a singer and songwriter, signed with Mo’ Wax on her debut solo. Her solo album, Silence, was released in 2009. This album accompanies her photographic series and the accompanying book, Paperthin, published by Verlhac Editions,. She is an award–winning filmmaker and photographer working for a variety of magazines and clients, as well as directing music and short videos, and documentary films. Her latest work, Women of the White Buffalo, follows the women of the Lakota tribe in South Dakota. The photographic exhibition opened in Los Angeles at the Leica Gallery, and the award-winning feature length documentary is slated for a Fall 2020 release. This film has won seven awards, inclusive of the Best Feature Documentary at the 24th Red Nation International Film Festival and Best Director of a Feature Documentary at the Los Angeles Independent Film Awards. Q : How did you find your subject for the photography and this award–winning documentary film production, “Women of the White Buffalo?” Anderson : After meeting with Paris to...
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