Elizabeth Bayne


Elizabeth earned her MPH from Yale University and MFA from the Art Center College of Design. She has worked at the intersection of social impact and film for over ten years, starting with a fellowship at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, where she assisted on The Ad Council’s Childhood Asthma Campaign. This experience allowed her to combine behavioral science with art and she has gone on to produce over 300 online videos, 5 PSA campaigns and 5 short films with a focus on community outreach. She is a grant recipient of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Glassbreaker Films and the Center for Cultural Innovation. Elizabeth has just completed the short documentary “Continuing A Legacy” and is currently in post-production on her first feature-length documentary “Chocolate Milk.” 


A Cowgirl & Her Horse

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This 3-minute documentary introduces viewers to 11-year old London Gladney, a young girl from Southern California's black cowboy community. London spends a day at the stables with her parents, as she practices and gets her horse Big Red ready for an upcoming competition. Director Elizabeth Bayne. 3minutes

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