top of page

"[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 her creative work with end-of-life narratives. 

bottom of page