Noor-un-nisa Touchon is a filmmaker based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Touchon graduated from The University of New Mexico in 2018 with a BA in Interdisciplinary Arts and a minor in Arts Leadership and Business. While interning at Tamarind Institute, she worked as an assistant editor and videographer for Tamarind’s feature length documentary, “66 Mile Radius.” After graduating, Touchon was an Associate Producer for Meow Wolf’s short documentary series highlighting the non-profit sector in Santa Fe titled, “Community Voices” and worked as an editor and post production coordinator for Littleglobe’s nonfiction project about gentrification in Santa Fe titled “Presente.” She’s currently working on nonfiction multimedia projects.