OLIVIA ZIMMERMAN IS A DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER AND PHOTOGRAPHER. Olivia has photographed around the world documenting people and their connection to the environment. her photography work includes the '1,000 stories campaign' in association with the renewable energy alaska project, which documents individuals and businesses making the switch to renewable energy in alaska. on the opposite end of the spectrum, olivia documented the 'boom and bust' town of towanda, pa showcasing the hydraulic fracturing sites for a collaborative exhibition on the issue in new york city in 2013. Olivia continued her travels by heading abroad to the country of guyana where she documented the eco-tourism models implemented within the amerindian communities. olivia continues to travel and document the human implications on nature and highlights the positive insights of individuals and communities who are making a difference.
In addition to photography, olivia DEVELOPS FEATURE LENGTH DOCUMENTARY FILMS AND SHORT FORM CONTENT FOR BUSINESSES AND NON-PROFITS. RECENT WORK INCLUDES FEATURE DOCUMENTARY 'DRUNK STONED BRILLIANT DEAD: THE STORY OF THE NATIONAL LAMPOON' (A&E FILMS, MAGNOLIA PICTURES), 'KATE PLAYS CHRISTINE' (SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL, 2016), CBS SPORTS AND TURNER NETWORK'S 'WITH A KISS' (2016) AND MOST RECENTLY fox sports, 'The maestro: the rollie massimino story' (2018). olivia is currently a producer at point road productions with director, billy raftery, and executive producer, grant hill.
Currently, olivia resides in new york city and los angeles.