Cat Tassini is an artist, designer, and filmmaker based in New York City. The focus of her artistic practice is creating video art, music videos, and documentary projects from an intersectional feminist perspective. Her films have been screened at Bushwick Film Festival, South by Southwest Film, and Los Angeles Center for Digital Art. Her art direction and installation art work has been featured at Elements Music and Arts Festival, Zero Space, Knockdown Center, and Paradise Club at the Times Square Edition. In the documentary field, Cat has worked on feature film She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry, interactive digital series Living Waters, and web series The Moral Courage Project. In addition to her filmmaking, her theater pieces have been staged at Secret Project Robot, DUOC Santiago de Chile, and the Stella Adler Conservatory. Cat’s graphic and web design services have been utilized by The University of Texas at Austin, Innography, and the Brooklyn Psychedelic Society. Currently, Cat is in development for her first feature-length project, a documentary, and assisting on a forthcoming docu-series about narcissistic personality disorder.