What Were We thinking films

Dorothy Schultz (research, graphics) received her BA in art and education certification (PreK-12) from Saint Mary's College and her MFA in sculpture from Pennsylvania State University.  She currently works for the Fairmount Historical Museum in Fairmount, IN.  

She first started working for Gorman Bechard by carving a potato for his film Color Me Obsessed: A Film About The Replacements.  She has since worked as an animator for A Dog Named Gucci and as a Co-producer (Hipster Animation/Handwriting/Typing/Photo Manipulation) for Who is Lydia Loveless?