Diane Park works as director, camera operator and editor creating short videos to document events for Vancouver’s Little Chamber Music Series That Could, The Society for the Museum of Original Costume and MACHiNENOiSY Dance.

In 2012 she traveled across Canada interviewing Japanese Canadian elders for Akebono, a 13 part documentary series for Nikkei TV.

In 2011, Diane documented Olivia Fermi’s Neutron Trail project, tracing her grandfather Enrico Fermi’s legacy as the father of atomic and quantum physics from his laboratory in Rome to CERN’s Large Hadron Collider near Geneva.

Diane is a graduate of the Vancouver Film School’s Film Production Program, and was Artist in Residence in East Vancouver’s Falaise Park as part of the Vancouver Park Board’s Fieldhouse Residency Programme from 2014 to 2015.