Laura Snow is a Brooklyn-based media producer, filmmaker and video editor. Since 2012, Laura has worked as the resident video collaborator for the dance-theatre-media company the feath3r theory, co-creating video promos, behind-the-scenes documentaries and installations for 10 evening-length works, and she was recently appointed to the company’s Board of Directors. Laura is currently the in-house Media Producer for New York City Ballet, where she produces year-round digital and promotional videos for the company, and records and edits City Ballet: The Podcast. Most recently, Laura was a producer and editor for New York City Ballet’s first-ever digital season.
Over the last decade, outside of the dance world, Laura has associate-produced documentary series on topics ranging from the Ebola outbreak in West Africa to the experience of U.S. veterans in combat for networks such as PBS, the Discovery Channel, Vice, A&E and CNN. Laura associate-produced the 2016 Sundance Festival documentary on the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shooting, NEWTOWN, and the 2018 Tribeca Festival film on the Haditha Massacre, HOUSE TWO. Laura's short documentary LEAVE-TAKING premiered in the 2016 DocNYC U Showcase, won the Online Audience Award at the 2017 Mindscape Film Festival, and was acquired by the media company Conscious Good.
Laura holds a B.A. in Dance and American Studies from Connecticut College and a one-year post graduate certificate in Documentary Filmmaking from New York Film Academy. She obtained her M.A. in Arts and Cultural Management with a Specialization in the Moving Image from the University of Melbourne in Australia, where she went on to work as a feature film programmer for Australia's 2012 Human Rights Arts and Film Festival.