Alisha Tamarchenko is a documentary camera operator and editor based in Washington, DC.
Alisha Tamarchenko is a documentary filmmaker based in Washington, D.C. Through heartening stories, she highlights actions that bring about change in the face of environmental, social, and political unsustainability. Her work seeks to inspire audiences to appreciate diverse ways of being, looking beyond their own personal experiences.
Her work has screened around the U.S. and internationally, including at COP26, Environmental Film Festival in D.C., Nashville Film Festival, Planet In Focus Environmental Film Festival, American Documentary and Animation Film Festival, and on PBS stations in New York and Colorado.
Alisha holds a BA in documentary film and anthropology from Ithaca College. She works as a video production specialist at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.