Simone Kisiel is wrapping up post production on a short biodiversity documentary called ‘It’s Good Business: Moving Beyond Conservation‘ which was directed by Simone Kisiel and produced by ReAgency Lab!
Maybelline commissioned Simone to create a sizzle reel for New York Fashion Week 2018.
Simone directed a shoot at the New York Academy of Science around teaching Creative Problem Solving skills to STEAM students.
Simone directed a shoot for The American Association For The Advancement of Science at YouTube New York with veteran Dr. Marcus Eriksen about the importance of eliminating microbeads from our oceans with his institute 5 Gyres.
Simone was hired by ReAgency to fly to Wylie, Texas, to interview 8th grade science teacher MJ Tykoski, winner of the Ed C Roy Jr award for Excellence in Earth Science Teaching. Awarded by the American Geosciences Institute. Her classroom was filled with engaged, bright kids who were eager to absorb her every word.
Simone acted as Technical Director while shooting the New York Academy of Science’s Challenge 2030, where multiple generations of the world’s most gifted innovators came together to collaborate on developing science and technological solutions for the global Sustainable Development Goals. At the event she had the opportunity to interview notable VIP’s such as Ted Turner (founder of CNN) and former Congressman Rush Holt (pictured below).
Simone was commissioned by ReAgency to fly to Stanford University in California, where she acted as Technical Director of one shoot where she interviewed world-renowned ecologists and biologists for the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement and as Director of a new, short documentary about CONABIO.
Simone was commissioned by ReAgency (a science PR Agency) to create a sizzle reel for Michael Shermer, Publisher of Skeptic magazine, a monthly columnist for Scientific American, best selling author and a Presidential Fellow at Chapman University where he teaches Skepticism 101. The reel is being featured on the official Skeptics YouTube Channel and on Michael Shermer’s home page.
Simone acted as Technical Director of a shoot at YouTube NY for the New York Academy of Sciences about the importance of mentorship in the science community.
Simone had the pleasure of being Technical Director of “A More Scientific Union,” a televised event hosted by TYT Network, ScienceDebate.org (a partner of Scientific American), the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Science Education Policy Association at YouTube Space New York.
The debate was featured by Scientific American.
Simone created the trailer that sits on the main page for NYSCI’s new suite of apps, Noticing Tools.