What Has Shadow Done.
V I D E O / D I S C O G R A P Y /
P U B L I C A T I O N S
2017 'Oatmeal Raisin', Finalist, International Mobile Film Festival, San Diego, CA
2015 'Oatmeal Raisin" a film short about a mother, a daughter and a cookie.
Won 2015 'Give Your Loved One a Hug' Award, BAD Film Festival Award, NYC
2013 "Behind the Pastie": A Peep Inside The World of Burlesque (documentary)
2011 A Day In The Life: OCCUPY NEW YORK, 3 part video series on Youtube.com
2011 LeScandal Cabaret and Burlesque Theatre TV, weekly highlights from the longest running, non stop burlesque theatre in New York City.
2010 8 Steps Forward by Shadow and Company
full length CD of poetry and music
2003 "Haunted/To Build A World" by Us
CD single, released under Indie label, Digital OverDose Musical Productions
2002 "Comments from The Peanut Gallery" combining comments, conversation and criticism on topical issues with appearances by performance artists. Produced, hosted and conceived by Shadow and appears on Citizens Television, New Haven, CT
2002 "No Middle Ground" a limited edition, independent music and poetry CD released under indie label, Digital OverDose Music.
2000-2001 "The BIG Thang", producer and host of an arts variety program on Citizens Television
2000 The HerStory Theatre Project, poetry book and video produced by Shadow with group participants who attended a 10 week summer project, funded by a grant from The Women and Girls Fund of New Haven, CT
2000 "Three" an original poem featuree documentary. The 12 week after school/weekend project was created and facilitated by Renay Ghant.
1997-1998 "Conversations From The LipStick Wearing Culture", a one woman, original play written and performed by Renay and featured at The 1997 Small Theatre Festival in New Haven and toured throughout CT.
1997 "Journal Tunes" a self produced,
limited edition, EP cassette of music and poetry.
1996 "BRIDGES", a poetic journey of
recovery; a self published, interactive
Featured at The
1997 National Poetry Competition
and Festival in Middletown, CT.
Dr. Jonathan Irving, Professor, Music Department, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven CT
The Wall of Sound is a music production technique for pop and rock music recordings developed by record producer Phil Spector at Gold Star Studios in Los Angeles, during the early 1960s.