Darian Woehr is an award-winning documentary filmmaker currently based in Washington, DC.
She focuses on stories of conservation, climate change and defining home. She is a founder of The Home Collective, a long term documentary project exploring the concept of home and its definitive role in shaping our future.
Darian was named a 2020 Adobe Resident, the 2019 Hearst Multimedia National Champion and has also been recognized by The Society of Environmental Journalists, College Photographer of the Year and The Online Journalism Awards. Her work has been featured in publications such as The Washington Post, AP, HuffPost and NPR. She has created documentary projects in Cuba, Puerto Rico and Argentina.
Through filmmaking, Darian has quenched her thirst for constant exploration and artistic expression that captures all forms of life.