Working in medias of film, exhibit space and paint, Emmy nominated Jill Sharpe is a multifaceted visual storyteller.
As a filmmaker she has created an award winning body of work in the documentary genre, which has been presented internationally at film festivals and broadcast in over 30 countries.
Her latest film "BONE WIND FIRE" is about the creative process of Frida Kahlo, Georgia O'Keeffe and Emly Carr and marked her entry into directing drama and animation (produced by the NFB). The film won numerous awards and has been presented in art galleries in North America and Europe including the Lincoln Centre in New York.
Sharpe enjoys working with curatorial teams to help bring Museum and Gallery exhibits to sonic life. Working with Tour-mate Systems her recent clients include: Florida Southern College's architectural tour on Frank Lloyd Wright, Biomuseo - the new biodiversity museum in Panama designed by Frank Gehry and Washington National Cathedral.
Sharpe still hones her visual eye with one of her favourite pursuits - painting. She has had solo shows at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum's Education Annex in Santa Fe and the Emily Carr House in Victoria. Full painting bio is under the painting section.