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Award-winning documentary filmmaker Jamee Culbertson’s extensive film industry career spans 20 years. While working for Alta Vision Production Company, Jamee worked on such documentary films as “USS the Sullivans, A Sailor’s Story“, “Moor Tenors“, and the short film “Claudia’s Crescent Kick”. Jamee produced and directed the documentary film “How It All Began, Origins of the Universal Healing Tao System” about the iconic Taoist Master Mantak Chia. Being a Certified Healing Tao Instructor afforded Jamee an intimate perspective in telling this story. This unique vantage point, coupled with her filmmaking expertise, garnered Jamee Second Place for Best Documentary from the Annual Alliance for Community Media, Northeast Regional Film Festival. In addition to her work in the film industry, Jamee is a Certified Alexander Technique Instructor and has worked on theatrical productions, most notably as Stage Manager for ‘Jazz, Poetry, Jazz” starring Joanne Woodward and the Darius Brubeck Ensemble. As a singer/songwriter, Jamee’s music has been used in video projects for the Healing Arts. Jamee is a graduate of the Berklee School of Music and is currently an Instructor with the Alexander Technique Training Course at the Boston Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA www.wayofthearrow.com