Meredith Drum produces short and long form documentaries. She also creates experimental narrative cinema. Her journalistic work has been published on the Times' Tmagazine, RiverWired and Good Magazine's blog. She is currently making a documentary about the history of A.I.R. Gallery, the first all-women's gallery in the U.S., a video which was commissioned by Fales Library at New York University. She is also crafting a short-form portrait of environmental artist Natalie Jeremijenko. Meredith is following Natalie and her robotic geese as they interview the real geese living along the polluted waterways of Newtown Creek, Brooklyn. Her experimental fictions have screened at Monkey Town, Participant Inc. and Anthology Film Archives.