Ondrea Barbe

Ondrea Barbe

port washington, new york
3474899981

Ondrea Barbe

I am here to reimagine...

I started constructing this film with the question, What is lost and what is gained when we revisit our Mother's past or our past as Daughters/Sons? and I found out that in the end all that really matters is the love we put into the world

My Story

Hello! I am a New York-based artist whose photographic and filmmaking practices bridge the fields of commercial advertising, documentary and fine art. For twenty years, I have used my practice to explore the lives and minds of women––from inspiring stories about breast cancer survivors to editorial campaigns celebrating self-love and acceptance. I would love to be part of the Reimagine team a...
Hello! I am a New York-based artist whose photographic and filmmaking practices bridge the fields of commercial advertising, documentary and fine art. For twenty years, I have used my practice to explore the lives and minds of women––from inspiring stories about breast cancer survivors to editorial campaigns celebrating self-love and acceptance. I would love to be part of the Reimagine team and bring the story, Constant Fleeting. CONSTANT FLEETING is a story I knew I needed to see when my mom died. I created the film as a hopeful reminder of our finite time on this earth—and that we are capable of being more forgiving, tender, loving, and compassionate towards ourselves and others. I wove together artistic footage with cinema verite to emotionally process multigenerational trauma, motherhood, and the loss of my own mother alongside my audience.
Hello! I am a New York-based artist whose photographic and filmmaking practices bridge the fields of commercial advertising, documentary and fine art. For twenty years, I have used my practice to explore the lives and minds of women––from inspiring stories about breast cancer survivors to editorial campaigns celebrating self-love and acceptance. I would love to be part of the Reimagine team and bring the story, Constant Fleeting. CONSTANT FLEETING is a story I knew I needed to see when my mom died. I created the film as a hopeful reminder of our finite time on this earth—and that we are capable of being more forgiving, tender, loving, and compassionate towards ourselves and others. I wove together artistic footage with cinema verite to emotionally process multigenerational trauma, motherhood, and the loss of my own mother alongside my audience.