My name is Steph M. Anderson and I am a social psychologist, gender studies professor and freelance videographer. I specialize in co-creating video works as a part of academic research projects, in particular participatory research projects (PAR). As a social psychologist committed to redressing social inequalities, I bring a social justice lens to all of my works. I also offer a variety of services for documenting life's important events. Click through this site to learn more about my videography work and services, research, and teaching.
In 2015, I worked with the Public Science Project on their project "What's Your Issue?" to create a recruitment video for a national survey made with and for LGBTQ & GNC youth. Over 5,000 youth took the survey from across the U.S. I'm currently working on videos that will be shared with policy makers and other LGBTQ & GNC youth. Visit the Videography page to learn more about my current projects in academia and services I offer.
I was recently featured as a part of the graduating class of 2016 at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Here's my story:
"I received my undergraduate degree from a small liberal arts college. I have often said that it was there that I learned how to think -- about the world and multiple forms and levels of injustice. Now that I'm graduating from the Critical Social/Personality Psychology doctoral program, I can say that the GC has taught me how to better be -- how to better exist and take action in the world individually in everyday life and professionally..."