Bio
Shannon Soper is a vegan artist and activist living in Los Angeles, California. Having worked as a strategist for animal rights juggernaut People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), she is now the communications director for Patrisse Cullors' prison abolitionist organization Dignity and Power Now (DPN) and has worked with ACLU SoCal, Black Lives Matter, CURB, the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, the Center for Cultural Innovation, MomsRising, and more. Shannon is an ever developing ally and supports the movement for Black lives. Her talents include web building, image design, social media development, press communications, and video production. She is a self-described "creative" and often works with her partner Adam Laiben.

Creative Services

A little about what I do.

Communications Communications

Everything from pubic comment and press releases to interviews and technology training.

Video Production Video Production

Along with my trusted editor and videographer partner I create high production short form video, both realistic and animated, often to convey animal rights or abolitionist messaging.

Web Building Web Building

I develop, style, implement, and manage websites both for large scale organizations and public figures.

Blog

Professional and personal reflections.

I probably care too.

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People I've had the privilege to work with.

Diana Zuniga

Through her interviews with people outside of the county jail she brought to life a narrative that was heartwarming and funny as well shocking and urgent. Her ability to convey the urgency of the issue through the lens of human struggle is incomparable in our collective work.

- Diana Zuniga
Mark-Anthony Johnson

A great activist, ally, and artist, Shannon excels at communicating challenging subjects and dialogues in a powerful and captivating way, lifting the voices of Los Angeles’ previously incarcerated people.

- Mark-Anthony Johnson
Patrisse Cullors

Over the years Shannon has conceived and produced multiple video projects for myself and the social justice movement that are artistically stimulating, politically insightful, and done to a high degree of professionalism.

- Patrisse Cullors