Lauren Frohne is a New York-based video journalist, cinematographer, and editor. She is currently filming and producing multimedia and video projects for the Open Society Foundations. She previously worked as a video journalist for The Boston Globe and interned with The Roanoke Times. She specializes in filming and editing short documentaries and character-driven nonfiction stories about complex social issues, globally and locally. She has experience leading, managing and collaborating with teams on ambitious multimedia projects, as well as teaching multimedia storytelling and video production to students and professionals.

In her spare time, she is currently in production on a longterm documentary film called ‘Spilling Over’, focusing on the lasting effects of the BP oil spill on a family and community in Venice, La., with her partner Jessey Dearing.


  • E-mail: lauren.frohne@gmail.com
  • Phone: 919-259-0293



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