Yuriko Gamo Romer currently lives in San Francisco balancing life as a documentary film maker, mother and wife. Prior to attending Stanford she spent fourteen years on "Madison Avenue" creating ads and commercials. In June of 1999 she started Flying Carp Productions where she continues her documentary film/video work.
16mm color and black and white film
16mm color film
Fusion looks into the work of a Japanese woman's unique concept combining the theatrical artistry of her native Japan and her home, the United States.
Sunny Side of the Slope is an exploration of snowboarding, not in its stereotypical image, but as metaphor for the transformed life of a middle-aged couple having made the same Zen-like jumps and turns.
Sinking Creek Film Festival, 1997
16mm black and white film
Kids Will Be Kids looks at play as a very important therapy and essential element to normalize life for children rehabilitating in-hospital over a long period of time.