A little macabre, a lot delightful.
This bite-sized documentary focuses on a Bellingham, Washington woman who blows off steam by crafting elaborate mini-massacres to relax after a hard day at the office.
She’s an investigator for a public defender’s office, and uses her small slice of free time to use paint and clay to create homages to lives thrown asunder in violent ways.
Hardcore collectors prize her lil’ masterpieces, while she also sometimes leaves them in unique public hiding areas, a small gift for those who stumble upon her work.
She’s sort of a Monet with a murder fixation.