ALLISON BOHL makes movies with a natural look and creative touch. With experience in documentaries, experimental films, music video and features, she aims to capture beautiful images with minimal equipment. Since receiving her Bachelors of Fine Art at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in Visual Arts, Allison has pursued a career in documentary and fiction filmmaking, graphic design, and photography.
She has won several festival awards for her documentaries with Conni Castille "I Always do My Collars First" and "Raised on Rice and Gravy" including Louisiana Filmmaker and Best Short Documentary at the New Orleans Film Festival. Her music video "Blessed Be, Honey Bee" made for the Seattle-based band Grand Hallway recently received an Award of Excellence and Best Cinematography at the Los Angeles Movie Awards.
Allison also contributed video art to U2's 360 degree European Tour that was shown as a part of the live touring concert. Bohl has just completed her first feature length documentary "King Crawfish" about the annual celebration of the Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival and the Catahoula wild harvest Basin crawfishermen who provide their community with crawfish.
She is currently directing "Louisiana Crossroads" a program of the Acadiana Center for the Arts, introduces a television series highlighting the exceptional work and stories of Louisiana musicians. The pilot episode features concerts and interviews with venerable artists Irma Thomas, Allen Toussaint, Sonny Landreth and DL Menard along with a soundtrack of original music recorded live.