Ian Lucero (filmmaker) for over a decade has been a member of the Seattle-based performance company, Degenerate Art Ensemble, documenting their live performances, rehearsals, and tours. An art exhibition that features their works and Lucero’s films is now open to the public at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, WA. The project entitled Red Shoes which is part of the exhibition, brought him and the group to Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center in the spring for a 2 week artist residency. In 2008 he co-directed, filmed, sound-designed and edited the experimental short film The Silvering Path, which starred dancer Haruko Nishimura and showcases the costumes of fiber artist Mandy Greer. He has created promotional short films for Bellevue Arts Museum, and artists Susie J. Lee, Etsuko Ichikawa, Mandy Greer and Helen Hiebert, and he continues to produce videos for Seattle Theatre Group, the non-profit organization that operates the Moore and Paramount theaters.