Karen Elizabeth Price is a North Carolina-raised filmmaker based in Los Angeles. She directed and produced HouseQuake, a feature documentary about how Rahm Emanuel and the Democrats took over Congress in 2006. Her documentary Living by Instinct: Animals and their Rescuers was broadcast on PBS stations and won several national awards. She has directed, produced, and written for documentaries and shows appearing nationally and internationally on networks such as Discovery Health Channel, The Travel Channel, Animal Planet, and Lifetime. She is currently an adjunct instructor at Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies and Sanford School of Public Policy. Previously she worked on Capitol Hill, serving as press aide to a U.S. senator and congressman.

Price has an MFA in film production from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, where she won a student Emmy; an MA in Creative Writing from Hollins University; and a BA from Duke University. Visit HouseQuake’s website at www.housequakethefilm.com, contact Karen at karen@housequakethefilm.com, or follow Karen on Twitter at http://twitter.com/HouseQuakefilm.