Tiffany Doesken lives and works in San Francisco where she makes films that capture the intimacy and remoteness of people, objects and surroundings. She looks for situations where darkness and light are braided together and emotion
and aesthetic beauty play off one another. She explores human comedy, sexual identity, intimacy, fears and autonomy,
and the elegies in memory. Doesken studied dance and theater arts before graduating with an MFA in film from the
San Francisco Art Institute.
Her films screen widely throughout the US and internationally. She has exhibited at the Mill Valley Film Festival, Athens International Film and Video Festival, Black Maria Film Festival, New Nothing Cinema, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Artists’ Television Access, Mendocino Film Festival, SF Shorts, and the Pratt Museum. She was awarded a residency at the Corporation of Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York to work on her film Ocean Faint. Her recent film, a collaboration with composer Koji Nakano titled Unspoken Voices - Unbroken Spirits, will screen at the upcoming Electro-acoustic Music Festival in Thailand. Doesken is currently working on several new projects, including a feature-length film.