Theresa Loong is an interactive media director and producer who creates intergenerational storytelling experiences focused on memory, identity, and immigration through the use of film, games and apps. Her documentary, “Every Day Is a Holiday,” showed on over 200 public television stations in the United States.
Theresa is a quick, strategic thinker and creative problem solver with over fifteen years of experience in media, non-profit, healthcare, education, luxury goods and government. She consulted with AMC Networks on digital storytelling experiences surrounding The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad. She is an award-winning editorial content strategist with exemplary client management skills.
Currently, Theresa works at Local Projects, an experience design studio based in New York. She has worked with Brookfield Place, Jonah Bokaer, the New York Hall of Science and the Tech Museum of Innovation to create interactive experiences for children and adults.
Theresa has received distinction from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. She was an Artist-in-Residence at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island National Monuments. Her work has been exhibited at SOMArts, the National Gallery of Art, Sala de Exposiciones, Teriennale di Milano, the Museum of Chinese in America, the Brooklyn Museum, the Eldridge Street Museum, the Lu Magnus Gallery and Circulo de Bellas Artes. She is chairperson of the board of directors of The FilmShop, a film collective based in New York City.