is an award-winning producer whose work spans the commercial and narrative realms. She co-produced the acclaimed film, The Light of the Moon, which won the Narrative Feature Audience Award at the 2017 SXSW Film Festival. She’s produced a number of independent music videos, art films and shorts, including short Gramercy which premiered at Locarno, Telluride and BFI London 2020.
She has collaborated on multiple video projects with artist Adam Pendleton, including his recent 2021 installation in MoMA’s Marron Faily Atrium “Who Is Queen?” and his current video portrait of social-justice activist Ruby Sales, part of the Whitney Biennial 2022 show, Quiet As Its Kept.
Additionally, Myriam spent two years working closely with Peter Saraf and Leah Holzer as a creative development executive at Big Beach Films. While there, she optioned IP, reviewed new project submissions, discovered fresh talent and built out their independent film slate.
She currently works as a freelance producer under her own banner, Putshki, where she produces photo and video and is developing a slate of animated, television, and film content. She also runs art-based Ecstatic Static, an independent production company and online resource that supports artists working across film, photography, animation and time-based practices. She is a graduate of Northwestern University and resides in Brooklyn.