I’m Carmen Vincent, a documentary filmmaker and diversified video editor based in Northwest Indiana. While Midwestern through-and-through, I have edited for clients and told stories from across the country and in the United Kingdom and Palestine. I am a Nikon Storytellers Scholar, a selected participant in Adobe's Creator Camp, and a proud recipient of the Best International Director award at the Georgia Documentary Film Festival for my short documentary Forever A Champion.
I believe everyone deserves to feel understood in their own skin and I commit to telling raw, often misunderstood stories that amplify and validate people’s authentic experiences. I use my experience with non-visible disabilities, including OCD and Generalized Anxiety Disorder, to pursue my work with empathy, curiosity, and an open mind.
I hold a bachelor’s degree in Digital Media from Valparaiso University and participate in numerous professional organizations such as FWD-Doc, D-Word, Women in Media, IDA, and others. I am eager to bring value to storytelling pursuits of all kinds through my video editing, producing, shooting, and directing skills.