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Maclaine Lowery stands under dim red lights with her back to the camera, bent backwards to show her face.

Maclaine Lowery (she/they) is an award-winning videographer, photographer, dancer, and filmmaker based in New York City.

 

Influenced by her childhood training in classical ballet, teenage years as a competitive athlete, and coming-of-age experiences throughout college, Maclaine’s films confront the beauty, horror, and durability of the human body, centering on themes of sex work and domestic violence activism. Her work has screened at festivals and venues worldwide, including Nightmares Film Festival, Austin Film Society, and Hyperreal Film Club.

 

Maclaine's continued interests in dance took her to New York City, where she currently oversees content creation and social media management for the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance. She collaborates directly with artistic leadership, Company dancers, and guest artists to share their artistry in social media formats, and her videography for the Company has been featured in PBS ALL ARTS and on the @somosnovaeva Instagram page.

In 2024, Maclaine originated and project-managed the Company's collaboration with FKA twigs, who performed Martha Graham's solo, Satyric Festival Song, at New York City Center on April 18, 2024.

When Maclaine isn't holding a camera, she enjoys spending time with friends, dancing, studying occultism, and playing a ridiculous amount of Sims 4.

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