Dana Romanoff is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker whose stories and images are featured on the pages of National Geographic, National Parks, GEO, The New York Times, as well as in galleries, exhibits and festivals around the globe. Her short documentary, No Man’s Land: The Women of Mexico, toured internationally as the recipient of the Anthropographía Multimedia & Human Rights Award. Romanoff is the director of photography for Water Sisters, a documentary short about sisters and their daily walk for water in a small village in Ethiopia. Along with Amy Marquis, Romanoff is the co-creator of the National Park Experience, a project of 10 short films about diverse human relationships with our national parks. Romanoff co-directed the short film Canyon Song with Amy Marquis (Mountainfilm 2016).