Latoya Flowers

Latoya graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York with her MFA in Social Documentary Film. She has assisted on films such as, A Good Man for PBS American Masters and The Interrupters for Frontline.

In addition, Latoya has produced, directed, and edited films that have been broadcasted and shown in festivals such as, the Made From Scratch Film Showcase, Ravenswood ArtWalk Film Competition, The NET TV, and the Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival. Latoya is currently working as a Digital Content Producer for The Adler Planetarium in Chicago, IL.

Contact: latoyacharisseflowers@gmail.com

From the furthest reaches of our Solar System, comets occasionally make dramatic appearances in our sky. Comets contain a nucleus made of water, ice, dust and frozen gases. Studying what a comet is made of helps scientists learn more about the origins of our Solar System. The Adler Planetarium webisode features educator Kyle Sater and astronomer Mark Hammergren as they create a comet with household materials (and dry ice)!
Click on the photo to watch the webisode!

From the furthest reaches of our Solar System, comets occasionally make dramatic appearances in our sky. Comets contain a nucleus made of water, ice, dust and frozen gases. Studying what a comet is made of helps scientists learn more about the origins of our Solar System. The Adler Planetarium webisode features educator Kyle Sater and astronomer Mark Hammergren as they create a comet with household materials (and dry ice)!

Click on the photo to watch the webisode!

A short video created for the Adler Planetarium featuring their Far Horizons program. Far Horizons participants design, build, and launch experiments flown to heights above 100,000 feet on high altitude balloons. The program offers real world opportunities for students and the community to participate in science, mathematics, physics, and engineering challenges.
Click on the photo to watch the video!

A short video created for the Adler Planetarium featuring their Far Horizons program. Far Horizons participants design, build, and launch experiments flown to heights above 100,000 feet on high altitude balloons. The program offers real world opportunities for students and the community to participate in science, mathematics, physics, and engineering challenges.

Click on the photo to watch the video!


A short documentary about artist Reina Mia Brill. Click on the photo to watch the film!
Official Selection in the Made From Scratch Film Festival in New York City
Awarded First Place in the Ravenswood ArtWalk Film Competition
Produced, Photographed, Edited by Latoya Flowers
Motiongraphics by Warren Rudd

A short documentary about artist Reina Mia Brill. Click on the photo to watch the film!

Official Selection in the Made From Scratch Film Festival in New York City

Awarded First Place in the Ravenswood ArtWalk Film Competition

Produced, Photographed, Edited by Latoya Flowers

Motiongraphics by Warren Rudd