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"[The Love & Loss Project] will contribute to a broader cultural dialogue about aging, end-of-life issues, and the mourning process itself.”

-The Love & Loss Project, Ventura County Star

CLAYTIE MASON is an award-winning documentarian who uses her writing, direction, theatre, and filmmaking to explore issues related to loss, grief, and the end of life. 


In addition to her work as a writer and director, Claytie facilitates community events centered around love and loss, as well as helping individuals discover/tell/record their story as they approach the last embodied chapter.


Claytie studied playwriting and Narrative Medicine at Columbia University as a recipient of the Arts Outreach Fellowship. She is a founding member of nebunele, an internationally-based, award-winning collaborative theatre and performance art company. Most recently, she received the More, Please award, created in honor of Amy Krouse Rosenthal, for the body of her creative work with end-of-life narratives. 

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