The Story behind Kosmografia Pictures
Erin Lee, owner, is a video producer and editor originally from Miami, with roots in San Francisco, Canada and the Caribbean.
She has worked internationally as an editor and technical director for large scale music festivals, including the Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues and St. Kitts Music Festivals. As a shooter, editor, sound designer and writer she has produced videos internationally for Caribbean travel shows, commercial spots, large non-profits, Bay-Area startups, educational web series, and is an award winning editor for both short and feature narrative independent films.
She has also worked extensively as a prep editor and archival researcher for documentary projects, including the Berkeley-based Sacred Land Film Project, producers of the four-part educational series "Standing on Sacred Ground".
In 2009 she was a Women's Small Business Grant recipient from the San Francisco Mayor's Office of Community Development.
In 2016 and 2017, she received Best Editing, Sound Design and Score award for her work on the regional 48-Hour Film Contest with South Florida's women-lead film collective the 1310 Bandits, and was co-lead editor for the 2017 feature film "Kali Ma Tina", which won the Audience Choice Award for the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival.
In 2019 she was awarded the Oolite Art's Special Juror's Award grant with co-producer Alicia Edwards for their upcoming short documentary, highlighting Jamaica's influence on their local Miami neighborhood, Perrine.
Her personal interests include environmental protection, the ocean, humor, books, collecting 45's, holistic healthcare and exploring human potential.