Nikki Dodd is a documentary filmmaker, camera person and producer based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work has screened at various film festivals, including the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, International Wildlife Film Festival, Moving Waters Film Festival, and Chicago International REEL Shorts Film Festival. Her passion is for documentary filmmaking that deepens our understanding of nature and people in today’s global, interconnected world.​​​​​​​
Her credits include:
Pat Steir: Artist, a feature documentary by Veronica Gonzalez Peña that screened at the New York Jewish Film Festival 2019 - CAMERA PERSON
Blood Sugar Rising, a two-hour special to air on PBS in 2020 - ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
Footprint: Remembering the Twin Towers, a New York Times Op-Doc film by Sara Newens – SECOND CAMERA
Bill Nye: Science Guy, a feature documentary by Structure Films, now available on Netflix – ASSISTANT EDITOR