E.J. Rosen is a first-time documentarian based in Queens, NYC. She is focused on issues concerning public health, policy, and design. Her debut documentary short explores enforced sedentarism in classroom settings and elaborates on the serious health effects of too much sitting. She hopes the film may inspire increased research in the field of sedentarism and health, and effect policy shift concerning the amount of time children are expected to sit still in school while they develop.
Her next project is an exploratory podcast about tic disorders and Tourette's Syndrome.
She studied Ergosomatics at UC Berkeley under Galen Cranz, author of "The Chair: Rethinking Body, Culture and Design."
By day, E.J. works as a freelance writer/editor, and is training towards teacher certification in the Alexander Technique at RIAT NYC.
She has shown video art, chair designs in galleries in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Producer (1 Credit)
Writer (1 Credit)
Director (1 Credit)
Video & Performance
2010 – 2012
Ergosomatics and Social Factors in Design
2016 – 2018
New York City
Zooming into ubiquity-induced blind spots
to provoke cultural shift
in the interest of public well-being.