Rossana Jeran AKA Blurgirl is an award-winning writer, director, producer, media artist and VJ. Her body of work includes short and feature films, as well as music videos, video landscapes and multi-media projects.

Her work has screened across the United States and abroad and been featured at the Independent Feature Film Market, Newfilmmakers/NYC, Gen Art, Deep Ellum, Chicago Art Institute, Independent Exposure, The Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee, the 11th Annual Experimental Film Festival in Sydney, Australia, DJ Central, a cable and global EDM program and most recently to NumberF Artist’s Roster.

In 2012 she directed and produced a web series entitled, COFFEE IS FOR CLOSERS, starring late, screen legend, Karen Black (Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces) and helmed two features: GODHEAD (2006), which she also co-wrote, and TRIPTYCH (2008), both available on Amazon.com on DVD or as an Instant Download.

As a media artist walking her own spiritual and meditative path, Jeran’s work explores the light-to-dark spectrum of the human experience with grit and grace. Behind seemingly beautiful imagery often lies hidden subtext or metaphor, luring the imagination beyond the comfortable, beyond the known. Her mission is to entertain and enlighten global audiences with media and meditation.