Barbara Victoria Niveyro is a writer and producer based in New York. Since 2010 she has worked in theater as a director’s assistant and in video in various different roles -from television and film production, to media acquisitions, sound design and stop-motion- for Turner, Construir Tv, Canal Encuentro, BAFICI, Brett Morgan, Larson Studios and the Manhattan Public Television. After graduating from Film School she studied Audio Engineering at SAE Institute, Business Communication at Pratt and Writing and Activism at The New School. In 2017 she won an scholarship at Can Serrat, the International Art Production Residency from Barcelona, where she worked on her book Almonds and beer which was selected by the New York Public Library.
She is currently collaborating with artists, cultural centers, non-profits, startups, magazines, art galleries and audiovisual projects -such as NYXT, Arteinformado, Katy Tucker, Regia Mag, DiMoDA and Rolf Art -, and writes about arts & culture from a very intimate perspective, focused on the creative process and the technical resources. As a forever and ever student Barbara is learning graphic design and printing processes at the School of Visual Arts.
She lives in Fort Greene, Brooklyn with Clementine, the cat.