Amelia Garretson-Persans is a multi-media moving image artist based in Portland, ME. She is interested in the intersection of psychology and visual special effects, cinematic illusion and feminism, and ghosts, generally. She received her MFA from the Maine College of Art in 2016 and her BFA from Concordia University in Montreal in 2008. She has been teaching and supporting artists of all ages and abilities for over ten years in a variety of disciplines. Her particular areas of expertise and interest are stop motion animation, digital filmmaking, and multi-media installation. She lives and works in Portland, ME with her frequent collaborator and husband, Ian P. Hundt.


  • Films and artworks shown around the United States, Canada, and Sweden
  • Facilitator and editor of a number of short films made in collaboration with adult artists of all abilities at bomb diggity arts in Portland (2015 to the present)
  • Attended the Digital Narratives Residency at the Banff Centre in Alberta where she began work on an interactive text message novel with a ghost (2016)
  • Chosen to create a multi-media art installation for the Phish festival, Magnaball. Memory Lab received over 30,000 visitors and explored themes around memory and technology using live projection, vintage science equipment, and lots and lots of snow globes (2015)

Ghost stories, writing serialized mystery novels, jokes, and her new baby boy named Paul.

Visit her website here.