The Red House Team
Red House is an environmental activist and Indigenous-led project dedicated to raising awareness around the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women in the US and the relationship some of these cases have to oil and gas drilling operations on or near tribals lands and reservations.
Meet our team members below.
Stina Hamlin (Cherokee and Irish), is the co-founder of STATE of Mind Media & Director of Post Production at East Coast Digital, Inc. She is an award-winning VR creator and television producer whose worked with organizations including UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders, and USA Today. A former professional dancer, she was driven to co-direct a series of 360 dance pieces with choreographer, Jonathan Lee, one of which was a Black Lives Matter piece that won the grand prize in the #causes category for the Samsung Creators Awards, entitled “Say Our Name.” Her focus is concentrating on projects that amplify Indigenous voices and creating and supporting media in the fight to protect the water and Mother Earth.
Jen Begeal is a writer/ producer who has produced multiple projects on social justice and activism for clients such as Current TV, Verizon Fios, and A&E. She has developed large scale marketing campaigns for entertainment clients including Universal Studios, Disney and Netflix. She co-founded StoryCode, the world’s first not-for-profit transmedia education organization and later founded StoryForward NYC, an organization dedicated to the future of storytelling, producing events for New York’s arts and technology communities. As a writer, Jen has published numerous articles on marketing, transmedia, and digital storytelling. She teaches Producing and Digital Storytelling at The New School, where she earned her MA in Media Studies.
Vickie Ramirez (Tuscarora), is a founding member of Chukalokoli and Amerinda Theater. She is an alumna of the Public Theater’s Emerging Writers Group (2009) and a current resident at New Dramatists. Productions: where to buy dapoxetine in singapore Pure Native - Native Voices at the Autry (L.A.), next page Standoff at Hwy#37 – NV Autry and the University of South Dakota, Glenburn 12 WP - Summer Shorts at 59E59, Smoke - Mixed Phoenix Theatre Group at Pershing Square Signature Center. Published: Monologues for Actors of Color: Women, Monologues for Actors of Color: Men and Contemporary Plays by Women of Color Edition 2: (Routledge Press). Member: Dramatists Guild
Tanis Parenteau (Métis-Cree/Sioux), is a New York based actor and filmmaker. Favourite recent credits include guest starring on Billions opposite Paul Giamatti, Designated Survivor opposite Kiefer Sutherland, House of Cards opposite Michael Kelly and originating the lead role Jane/Le-le-wa'you in the World Premiere of Manahatta at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Tanis is also a rising narrator in Audiobooks--she has voiced Trail of Lightning, Storm of Locusts, I Am Sacagawea and The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee. Tanis holds a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from New School for Drama.
Renzo Spirit Buffalo (Oglala Lakota), is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild Local 600 and has worked in major TV and movie productions including Adrian Lyne's "Unfaithful". He has also been a member of the Screen Actors Guild since 1998. He was the Director of Photography of independent features entitled "Cutter" (Winner 2001 Best Picture in Long Form, Iowa Motion Picture Association) and "Special Breakfast Eggroll: 99¢" (Official Selection 2003 New York International Independent Film & Video Festival, Best Comedy Feature 2003 DIY Film Festival, Honorable Mention 2003 Columbus Film Festival) as well as other short films.
Barrie is a creative technologist and experience designer based in New York City. For the past decade she has designed story worlds and produced intergenerational educational programming using emerging technologies. From community hackathons and interactive murals, to visual coding platforms, connected toys, and digital brand extensions, her work is playful and participant driven. Barrie has produced, reimagined and evaluated content for entertainment studios, publishers and nonprofits. She specializes in narrative and user-journey design. Her research has received funding from the National Science Foundation and is published in the ACM Digital Library and Kidscreen Magazine. Barrie is an Associate with the Digital Storytelling Lab at Columbia University.
Kim Acheson is a production assistant who believes in the power of storytelling to enrich our lives. Kim has worked as a social media coordinator for a nonprofit organization and worked as an intern reporting news on radio station WAYY 790. Kim is also a trained photographer who holds a degree in print journalism with a notation in broadcast from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. In addition to this Kim graduated in 2018 with a master’s in media studies at The New School.
Contact us if you are interested in learning more or to get involved, and be sure to follow us on social media for news and updates related to the issues of missing and murdered Indigenous women, water protection, and climate change.