While in art school Regina brought her drawings to life using a Bolex film camera and an animation stand.
When 3-D animation burst onto the scene in the late 1980’s, Regina was right there to tackle the new technology. Using Wavefront/Alias software and Silicon Graphics hardware, Regina created I Luv my Fumily for the CODE exhibition at the Ricco Maresca Gallery in 1995.
After serving on First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton’s exploratory campaign and on her
earliest finance committee in her historic run for the US Senate, Regina was asked and
became travelling videographer and photographer for the senator.
This montage, created from events taped in Miami, Detroit, Wellesley College, Boston
and all over New York state, was shown at Democratic National Convention events in Boston, 2004.