Gretchen Burger is an artist, educator, media-maker, curator and co-founder of fearless, a XR design and production studio working in the public and private sectors to develop strategy, content and education for general audiences.

A seasoned documentary filmmaker, Gretchen's credits include co-producing and editing Another Side of Peace, and the award-winning Patriot Guard Riders. From 2006-2012, she served as the post-production producer and a field director for the Emmy award-winning children's public television series Biz Kid$. More recently, Gretchen has served as a story consultant for Gameshow Dynamos and Return of The River, and she edited the feature documentary The Song Collector. See selected works for additional commercial credits.

In 2010, Gretchen graduated from the MFA Film/Video program at The Massachusetts College of Art and Design where she turned her filmmaking pursuits to video art and installation. Drawing on ten years of boxing training and an interest in somatic experience, Gretchen's work explores the mind/body relationship, gesture as narrative and immersive experience. Her work has shown at Northwest Film Forum, Columbia City Gallery, Anthology Film Archives, IMAGINE festival, Next Dance Cinema Festival, Society of Illustrators, Pacific Science Center, Grand Illusion, Star & Shadow Cinema - Newcastle, UK, Artists' Televison Access, Academic Film Center - Belgrade,The Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery, and MIT.

Gretchen has taught video production and editing at the Art Institute of Seattle, Seattle University, Cornish College of the Arts, and The Northwest Fim Forum and has been a guest artist at Seattle Central College, Institute For American Indian Art and Art Institute of Boston. She served on the board of the Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Network and is a co-founder of the Seattle Documentary Association.