Dustin Morrow, Assistant Professor, Digital Film Production, Resident Artist
Office: LH 143D | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 503-725-4609
Dustin Morrow is a filmmaker, photographer, writer and media artist. His short films have won numerous awards and been shown in venues around the world. He has written about film, pop culture, and pedagogy for a host of publications, and his photographs have been featured in a number of art and culture magazines, as well as public exhibition spaces. During the summers, Morrow teaches and produces work in Dublin, Ireland. Among his recent and upcoming projects are Laptop, a short documentary about electronic music; Firinne: Searching for Ireland, an anthology of short films focusing on contemporary Irish identity; The Marriage of Figaro, a cinematic interpretation of the classic opera, produced for Comcast Television; Ground London, a short experimental film about London’s urban landscapes; music videos for such artists as Kate Tucker and Johanna & the Dusty Floor; the feature-length musical film Everything Went Down; the cinema discussion web series Film versus Film; and the new edition of the Focal Press textbook Producing for TV and New Media. Morrow is also collaborating with stage and screen legend Kathleen Turner on a book about acting and directing. Learn more about Professor Morrow and his work at www.dustinmorrow.com.