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Meredith Nutting

Meredith Nutting is a freelance filmmaker originally from the DC Metro Area. Since finishing her Biology/Studio Art degree at Bates College she has worked on film productions for National Geographic, History Channel and Animal Planet.

My Favorite Place: The Light Research Lab At Thomas Jefferson University

My Favorite Place: The Light Research Lab At Thomas Jefferson University

December 3, 2014  |  My Favorite Place

In the early 20th century offices of 1015 Chestnut Street, experiments with light and space travel converge. Photonic researcher Ben Warfield leads us out of the abyss and into the sensory control pods of his favorite place > more

My Favorite Place: Smith Memorial Playground

My Favorite Place: Smith Memorial Playground

June 13, 2014  |  My Favorite Place

It's like a slide in your dreams, the 44-feet-long by 12-feet-wide slope of hard maple at Smith Memorial Playground that's been around since 1905. Small wonder this remarkable place is someone's favorite spot in town > more

My Favorite Place: Eastern State Penitentiary

My Favorite Place: Eastern State Penitentiary

March 14, 2014  |  My Favorite Place, Uncategorized

Work in your favorite place? Sure, if your job's at a historic prison in a state of fabulous decay. Director of Tours Fran Dolan takes us behind the scenes to some of Eastern State's secret spots > more

My Favorite Place: Imperfect Gallery

My Favorite Place: Imperfect Gallery

March 8, 2013  |  My Favorite Place

Step into the heart of Germantown and see why Imperfect Gallery is Renny & Rocio's favorite place, in this latest episode of Meredith Nutting's video series > more

My Favorite Place: Reading Terminal Market

My Favorite Place: Reading Terminal Market

November 1, 2012  |  My Favorite Place

This month's My Favorite Place takes us into what is certainly many, many Philadelphians' true number one: the Reading Terminal Market. Meredith Nutting's beautiful video with Elizabeth of Flying Monkey Bakery reminds us why--and even takes us somewhere new > more