Michelle HalsellAlumni, Class of 2000
Michelle is the Chief Executive Officer and a co-founder of Missing Pixel. For the past ten years, Michelle has been working with documentary filmmakers and producing interactive media. She has produced websites and CD-Roms for award winning films, including Stanley Nelson's "The Black Press", and has also worked as a co-producer on the ITVS-funded PBS series, "The Digital Divide." In addition to her production credits, Michelle was also selected to create a DVD-enhanced television prototype for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's Digital Roadshow. Missing Pixel continues this work with their acceptance and participation in the 2002 AFI Enhanced TV Workshop. Throughout her career Michelle has shown a commitment to producing cultural content and addressing the needs of both non-profit and arts organizations. Some of her other Producer credits include: "Ancient Nubia", a five-part interactive television series; the Black Legacies Exhibit of the National Center of Afro-American Artists; and Healthlinks, a technology outreach project funded by Star Schools Grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Michelle also administered a Bell Atlantic technology grant for the Harlem School of the Arts. In addition, she has presented to audiences ranging from Harvard University to the PBS Board of Directors.