Kelly Loudenberg is a producer and director based in New York City. Her short-form documentaries non-dogmatically explore and illuminate the pursuits of mavericks, visionaries, and seekers who are engaged in reconfiguring urban and rural spaces in unexpected ways and bringing the utopian to the practical through radical reconsiderations of the built environment. Her work has screened at the Guggenheim Lab, Exit Art, AIA Albuquerque, Architecture in the City Festival San Francisco, Seattle Design Festival, Architecture and Design Film Festival NY & Chicago, and The Maryland Institute College of Art. In 2010, she completed a residency with the Center for Land Use Interpretation in Wendover, Utah. She has produced and directed for Tribeca Film Festival, Hulu, CNN, MTV, Vice TV, BBC, Reuters, Current TV, and various fashion brands. She is currently working on her first feature-length documentary on the suburbanization of poverty in America.