Kate E. Hinshaw is a filmmaker who shoots and destroys 16mm and super 8mm film through bleaching scratching and burning the emulsion.
Through the tactile disruption of moving image, her work grapples with internal conflicts of memory and nostalgia. She has worked with musicians to create music videos and live projection pieces which have been seen in AfroPunk, Creative Loafing Atlanta, and Immersive ATL. Her most recent film Teardown opened for The Image Book at Denver Film Festival.
She also works as a cinematographer with film and digital cameras alike, teaches undergrads how to shoot, and runs the film publication Analog Cookbook.