This is a photo of Daisy Wright



Daisy has been a freelance filmmaker and editor in NYC for 20 years. She co-directed “This Land is Your Land” with Lori Cheatle (premiered at SXSW and screened at the 2006 Whitney Biennial), and also co-directed “Summer in Ivye” with Tamar Rogoff (premiered at the 2001 Hampton’s International Film Festival). 
Her editing credits for PBS include “MAKERS: Women & Comedy”; “Dreamland”; multiple programs for FRONTLINE (one received an Emmy Award in 2007 for Outstanding Arts & Culture Programming, another the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, Grand Prize Winner); POV’s “Escuela” and “La Boda; City Arts’ Indian Cinema” (Emmy Award for Entertainment Programming); and American Masters’ “Rediscovering Will Rogers”. Other editing credits include ABC’s “To Iraq and Back: Bob Woodruff Reports” (2007 Peabody Award), “Call of the Wild & The Race” for Peter Jennings Reporting; Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Miami”; CBS News Sunday Morning’s “Lalmba” (Nominated for a 2004 Emmy Award for an Outstanding Feature Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast); Fox/BBC’s “TV Nation” with Michael Moore, and numerous other programs for HBO, TLC, BBC, National Geographic, VH1, CNBC, The Museum of Jewish Heritage and the American Museum of Natural History.
In addition to her television credits, Daisy also edited the feature films “Bye-Bye Babushka” (premiered at The Human Rights Watch Film Festival and winner of the Prix Joris Ivens, Award, Cinema du Reel 1997), and “The Couple in the Cage” (premiered at the 1993 Lincoln Center Film Society’s Video Art Festival).