words/ pictures/ sound
Puck Lo writes and makes films about political struggles, diaspora, intersections of race, gender, class — and all things hidden in plain sight. Puck has published work in Al Jazeera America and The Nation, and was a staff producer for two nationally syndicated radio shows. Her films explore liberatory and carceral spaces, political memory and embodiment, and the relationship of people to place(s). She co-founded the Social Movements Oral History Tour, which worked with social movement groups to record testimonies and reflections of migrant, labor and queer organizers across North America. Puck finished a Master’s degree at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism and is pursuing an MFA in Documentary Film at Stanford University.