Megan Monday is a visual artist who works primarily in photography and printmaking. Her most recent artistic collaboration is SOLSTICE, which utilizes photographic stills and video footage shot during the 2011 Starkweather Creek Solstice Celebration.
Megan studied painting, photography and poetry at Maryland Institute College of Art, and later earned a Masters degree in art education from Nazareth College in upstate New York. Megan has worked as a community arts outreach youth educator and coordinator. Currently she exhibits artwork nationally, works locally as a photographer, and runs a printmaking craft business from her home.
Brijetta Hall Waller is a documentary filmmaker, educator, and web developer. Her documentaries have screened at festivals nationally and internationally and have aired on several PBS stations. SOLSTICE, made in 2012 with filmmaking partner Megan Monday, is Brijetta’s third film focusing on artists, community and the creative process.
Brijetta completed her Masters degree in Interactive Telecommunications at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She studied film and television at Northwestern University. Brijetta owns Metta Productions, a video production company based in Madison, WI.