Abbie Jones Hornburg is a documentary filmmaker, editor and photographer based out of Brooklyn, NY. She recently graduated from Bard College with a Bachelor’s degree in Film Production. Her films consider methods of narrative, ethnographic, and documentary filmmaking as the starting point for structural experimentation. Her most recent works include Man Cave, an essay film about her father’s experience as a lifelong record collector and Queens of the Ramp, an intimate portrait into the lives of four teenage girls who form an all-female skateboarding collective as they explore the raw subcultures of NYC. She is currently working as an editing assistant on The Candy Store a film about Ray Alvered an 85-year old Iranian immigrant who runs a twenty four hour candy store in alphabet city. Hornburg aspires to use the evocative power of visual storytelling to support important social causes and promote activist, artists and community organizers.