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        • Artist Profile Directory


          Pete Schuermann

          Pete Schuermann is a well-established Emmy-award winning filmmaker with numerous film festival acceptances for narrative feature, documentary and short films that affirm his credibility as a solid visual storyteller. Pete was born on Long Island and is currently a resident of Monument, Colorado.

          In 2005, Pete was approached by Disney to direct and edit Disneyland: Then, Now and Forever, a retrospective piece celebrating Disneyland’s 50th anniversary. Following that, he completed the national-acclaimed documentary HAZE (featuring Robin Wright-Penn), which graphically examined the beer-soaked party scene that permeates the national University and College environment. Next up was the narrative feature The Creep Behind the Camera, an edgy dark comedy/docudrama and told the story about the making of The Creeping Terror, arguably the worst monster movie ever made.

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          Bella and the Bug


          Louise Peterson, born in 1962 in Darlington, England, developed her love and understanding of the human form during her early career as a ballerina and then as a massage therapist. After studying clay modeling at Santa Monica College, she moved to the rural mountains of Colorado in 1998. Not having a human model in her studio to work from, she turned to her Great Dane. The result? Fine classical renderings of dogs that are often both humorous and elegant. She works from her ranch studio near Guffey, Colorado, inspired by vistas of the surrounding high country. She walks dogs at the local animal shelter, plans to create a retirement home for senior Great Danes, and lives with two Great Danes, Bella and Rigel. Husband Chris and cats Adora, Ilana, and Kaz get to live there, too!


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