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Co-owner of Boxcar Assembly in Portland, Oregon  Kerribeth shoots and edits documentaries, TV series, identity pieces, branded media and industrial/corporate videos. 
Kerribeth crewed on the award-winning PBS documentary Standing Silent Nation, where she worked in several different capacities from development to distribution.  Standing Silent Nation aired nationally on the Emmy Award winning series P.O.V., was reviewed favorably by the New York Times and was featured at the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of the American Indian.  
In 2012, Kerribeth completed post-production on the feature length documentary Exotic World and the Burlesque Revival, narrated by Margaret Cho, directed by Red Vaughan Tremmel and produced by Courtney Hermann. Exotic World and the Burlesque Revival premiered in Kassel, Germany as part of the dOCUMENTA (13) art exhibition in 2012. 
Kerribeth edited Season II of the Emmy Award winning television series, Adrenaline Hunter for Comcast Sportsnet. She received an Emmy Award for editing the Elk Hunt episode in 2013. 
In 2014, she finished editing the feature length documentary The Big Lonely, a survival story of a homeless man and his dog, who’ve chosen a life in a remote forest hideout over “living under a bridge.”  Michael’s stunning self-shot account is at once gritty and heartwarming, sorrowful yet awe-inspiring as we eavesdrop on a man living in and around a self-built secret compound.
Kerribeth holds a BA degree in Film and Video Production from Columbia College Chicago.