Annabel brings a diverse, creative, administrative and technical background to Balance as an Administrative Associate. With a masters in communication and her experience as a creative producer and manager in the film making industry, she offers a breadth of skills in logistics, operations, office management, strategic and event planning, communications, writing, public relations and marketing. After recently working with her tribe the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, in Arizona, Annabel also brings a depth of knowledge of tribal relations and governance. She grew up in the City of San Francisco and continues her passion for art, photography, music, dance, sports, travel, and storytelling. As it happens, Annabel has always loved being in, on or around water. She grew up sailing in the San Francisco Bay, surfing under the Golden Gate bridge and up and down the California Coast, spent years seeking out and hiking arroyos in New Mexico, she explored wadis in Yemen, rode water taxis in New York City for fun, recently rode on an airboat across the Everglades and spent her spare time, while living in Arizona, walking up the Salt River with the wild horses on her tribal land and now she supports all things Balance Hydrologics.
- Master of Fine Arts in Design and Technology, Digital Audio/Visual Design, Parsons New School of Design, New York, New York
- Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography, Minor in Film, School of Visual Arts, New York, New York
- Associate of Fine Arts in Two-Dimensional Arts, Fine Art Photography, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Bibliography of Barry Hecht’s first 50 years, v. 1.0
- Balance Hydrologics 30th Anniversary Celebration
The Salt River, in Scottsdale, Arizona. I never tire of its beauty, the wild horses that greet me, walking, exploring, swimming, and knowing it is a home away from home.
Working with a superlative collective of individuals who are highly genuine, passionate and technically excellent in their ability to preserve and create amazing solutions for one of life’s most important resources. Not to mention, with great heart and due reverence.