February, 2020

  • Teaching Artist, Manhattan Youth, Painting, Digital Art, Photography, New York

January, 2020



Fall / Winter, 2019


Summer, 2019


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April, 2019

  • Guest Contributor, WFMU’s Rancho Thatchmo Radio Show, (WGXC, WFMU) Host: Thatcher Keats, New York

  • Joan as Police Woman, “Warning Bell [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]” featured in The Atlantic.

March, 2019


  • Guest Lecturer, “The Imagemaker,” Hawken School, Gates Mills, OH

  • Teaching Artist, Manhattan Youth, Painting, Digital Art, Photography, New York

November, 2018

  • Group Show, Galerie Richard, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, New York

October, 2018

  • Guest Contributor, WFMU’s Rancho Thatchmo Radio Show, (WGXC, WFMU) Host: Thatcher Keats, New York, http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/82147

  • Teaching Artist, Manhattan Youth, Digital Art, Photography, New York

September, 2018

  • Carriage Trade Gallery, Group Show, Social Photography VI, Extended through September 23, 2018

July, 2018

  • Goup Show, Carriage Trade, Gallery, Social Photography V, Lower East Side, New York

  • Teaching Artist, Filmmaking Intensive, Manhattan Youth, New York

June, 2018

  • Guest Contributor, WFMU’s Rancho Thatchmo Radio Show, (WGXC, WFMU) Host: Thatcher Keats, New York

April, 2018

  • Teaching Artist, Filmmaking Intensive, Manhattan Youth, New York

February, 2018

  • Teaching Artist, Filmmaking Intensive, Manhattan Youth, New York

  • Work featured in The Lo Down

January, 2018

  • Images featured by Henry Street Settlement

November, 2017

  • Director: Joan As Police Woman, "Warning Bell" Official Music Video

  • Film for Juice Press featured on Fox News Business

December, 2016 - February, 2017

  • Images featured by The Lo Down, Lower East Side, NY

November, 2016

  • Writer/Director: Hudson’s Bay Company, “Adventurers of Hudson’s Bay”

April, 2016

  • Guest Lecturer, Color Photography, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York

May, 2014

  • Invited to shoot family and survivor preview of National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Battery Park, New York

  • Profiled in, "The Lo Down: My LES." Lower East Side, New York, Link

January, 2014

  • Commission: Henry Street Settlement 2013 Annual Report report cover. Lower East Side, New York.

September - October, 2013

  • Global collaboration with Ram Dass

July, 2013

  • Guest Lecturer, The Ghetto Film School, Harlem, New York

November, 2012

  • Editor / Sound Designer, "Samuel in Space"Â Director: Rashid Johnson for Ballroom Marfa, DP: Rod Lamborn

  • Commission for Juice Press; Directed and shot brand film currently playing in 65 store locations, as well as vehicle wraps, social media and in-store large format displays, New York, New York

July, 2012

  • Director of Photography: Mykki Blanco, "Head is a Stone.” Director: Nick Hooker. Edited by Sloane Klevin.

April, 2012

  • Writer/Director: Honor Spring 2012 Collection & Runway Film. Exclusive Premiere: W Magazine

March, 2012

  • Orchard Street, Rainy Morning" photograph featured all month on the City of New York homepage.

Fall, 2010

  • Photographs of the Gowanus Canal featured in the New York Times cover story.

2009 - 2014

  • New York Times / Ft. Greene Local features Spencer's photographs.

2006 - 2008

  • Writer/Director: "Swing State," feature documentary, World premiere: Cleveland International Film Festival, Distributor: Morningstar Entertainment
      Available on Netflix
      Trailer

2006

  • Story Advisor: "Jack Smith and the Destruction of Atlantis" Director: Mary Jordan, Producer: Kenneth Peralta, World Premiere: Tribeca Film Festival, Entertainment Weekly, 10 best films of 2006

May - June, 2004

  • Interactive site specific digital installations for Amfibian, Experimental rock band led by Phish songwriter, Tom Marshall, featuring original arrangements of Phish songs. Knitting Factory, New York, & B.B. King's, New York.

January, 2002

  • Founded first Final Cut Pro-based post production company in the world.

1998

  • 1st place: Logo Competition, Amfibian, experimental band led by Phish songwriter, Tom Marshall, featuring original arrangements of Phish songs