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Cherry Arnold is a media producer and filmmaker. Cherry produced and directed the EMMY award-winning feature documentary, BUDDY, The Rise and Fall of America’s Most Notorious Mayor, and she is releasing Bluebirds Fly, Love and Hope on the Autism Spectrum, a feature documentary about three families living with Autism spectrum disorders. Cherry's production company, Big Orange Films, also produces documentary-style videos for non-profits and schools.
Before returning to her hometown of Providence, RI, Cherry lived in New York City where she was a marketing and business development executive with a Venture Capital firm investing in technology start-up companies. Before that Cherry directed the online marketing for Barnes&Noble.com and prior to that she did marketing and project producing at Razorfish/Avalance for clients such as Warner Music Group, Sony, and FAO Schwarz.
Previously, Cherry’s company, Cherry Arnold and Associates, produced advertising work for commercial Photographers and Directors in New York City and Philadelphia. Cherry lives in Pawtucket, RI with her husband, photographer Peter Goldberg, and their boisterous and mischievous labrahound Sam.