Casey Koehler is an experimental filmmaker and video editor living in Boulder, Colorado.
She works with analog film techniques like hand-processing and painting as well as digital manipulation via the computer. She enjoys combining shot and found footage and a variety of formats (super 8, 16mm film, high definition video) to create a layered, textured aesthetic.
Her work has been featured at international venues such as Toronto International Film Festival in Canada; Rotterdam International Film Festival in the Netherlands; and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lisbon, Portugal. National venues include Anthology Film Archives in New York; Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley, CA; Chicago Underground Film Festival in Illinois; Ann Arbor Film Festival in Michigan; Walker Art Museum in Minneapolis, and Corcoran Art Gallery in Washington, DC. She has screened work locally at the Dairy Center, the CU Museum of Art, Boulder Public Library, the Stan Brakhage Film Forum, and has a public art piece on display at Denver International Airport.
She has taught film, video, digital art, and interactive multimedia courses at the University of Denver, Metropolitan State College of Denver, and University of Colorado at Boulder. She also works as a freelance video editor.