AllartStudio, founded in New York City in 2002, specializes in promotional videos for businesses and non-profit organizations, as well as event documentation and in-depth oral histories. Many of our clients are from the fine arts and cultural sectors.
The AllartStudio team consists of a group of videographers, photographers, interviewers and editors, and includes seasoned professionals in communications and marketing. Each client is paired with the team most suited for the specific project.
AllartStudio’s work is in the collections of:
The Archives of American Art, The Smithsonian Museum
The Archives of The Museum of Modern Art
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts
The Whitney Museum of American Art
The Vermont Historical Society
Association of Art Museum Curators
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Vermont Arts Council
Anne Leith, the company’s principal, oversees all projects. As chief director, editor and interviewer, Leith supervises the video-making process in close collaboration with her clients. Leith’s background as an art historian brings clarity, perspective and visual sophistication to her narrative and editing style, ensuring that your final piece tells your story beautifully.
-Manager of International Projects at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
-International curator for contemporary art at NextMonet.com, an e-commerce art sales company
-Senior marketing and sales manager for ArtSystems, a gallery database system
-Sotheby’s Institute scholarship intern at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy
-Member of ArtTable, Inc., an organization of women professionals in the arts since 2000
-Associate for Katharine T. Carter and Associates, a company that manages artists and their careers, since 2005
-MA in Art History from Sotheby’s Institute in London and the University of Manchester, England
-MFA in Painting from the University of Pennsylvania
-BA in Studio Arts from Mills College, Oakland, CA
-2010 Lamplighter Award of Excellence
In recognition of significant professional achievement in healthcare communications For ‘Grace Cottage Hospital’
Awarded by the New England Society for Healthcare Communications.
-2007 Richard O. Hathaway Prize
AllartStudio was awarded the 2007 Richard O. Hathaway Prize by the Vermont Historical Society for the
video ‘Strengthening the Future by Illuminating the Past’, created for the Vermont Women’s History Project.