Zoe Kissel is a creative communicator based in East Lansing, Michigan. She graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media + Information, specializing in Film + Media Production, and a minor in Documentary Production.
Currently, she works as the Director of Communications at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, as well as a freelance video editor and filmmaker. Zoe is pursuing a Master of Arts in Strategic Communication at MSU, starting in the summer of 2022.
Zoe's documentary film, Sh*t Saves the World, received an Emmy Award from the Michigan Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and was nominated for four additional Emmy Awards and awarded a Silver Telly Award. The film has been signed with Motion Picture Exchange, a global film sales agency, for worldwide distribution. Zoe is also a member of 640 Films, an independent film collective, where she recently edited the feature film The Lovers.
In addition to her work in film, Zoe is a film photographer and has established her own business offering a thoughtful product line for analog and instant film photographers. When not working, she enjoys taking long walks through MSU's campus with a camera in hand.
Zoe is a multifaceted creator who shares stories through a variety of mediums and consistently delivers effective, personalized, and polished results.