Emma Piper-Burket is a visual artist, filmmaker, and writer working in fiction, non-fiction, and collected media. Her work is process-based and research driven, incorporating social trends, ancient history, science, politics, ephemera, and the natural world into her creative practice. Her films have been exhibited nationally and internationally, including screenings at Anthology Film Archives, IBAFF, The Armory Center for the Arts, Moviate, Winnipeg Underground Film Festival, ULTRACinema MX, and Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival. Her writing appears in Reverse Shot, and RogerEbert.com. She holds an MFA in Cinema and Digital Media from FAMU in Prague, and a BA in Arabic and Classical Studies from Georgetown University.