Roberto Mighty

co-artistic director

Roberto Mighty is a filmmaker, new media artist, and musician. He is writer/director/DP/editor of the narrative short film, Peach Pie, (2016) currently in consideration at film festivals worldwide. He was projections and sound designer for Actors Shakespeare Project’s Macbeth (2013), Peter Snoad’s award-winning play, The Draft (2016), and Elie Wiesel’s Zalmen, or the Madness of God at The Lab at Harvard (2012).  Roberto travels across the USA filming for the 2016 debut of getting.older, his online environment and multimedia installation on aging in America. He is the first artist-in-residence at Mount Auburn Cemetery (2014-2017), a National Historic Landmark; artist-in-residence at Harvard Forest (2011-2012); and guest artist at Truro Center for the Arts; writer/producer of 65 half-hours of prime-time and weekend network-affiliate television; director of audiobooks with John Updike, Gregory Maguire, Andre Dubus III, and Sandra Cisneros; adjunct professor at Emerson College's Department of Visual and Media Arts; an instructor in digital nonlinear editing at AGI Training; and teacher of private media workshops live and online. A professional songwriter and jazz guitarist, Roberto performs live with songwriter/vocalist Kathryn Howell in the duo Roberto & Kathryn, which has appeared on Broadway, in Greater Boston, and throughout New England.