Film Maker’s Bio
Jeffrey Hall has worked in media and multimedia in colleges, universities, museums, and schools, producing over 300 films, as well as radio programs, multi-media e-books, websites, an online course system, educational computer apps, and music. He has also taught film-making, educational application design, and electronic music composition in colleges and schools.
In college he studied experimental film at Filmworks, in the Kent State University Department of Art (as well as studying philosophy, psycholinguistics and music), with Richard Myers who brought in guest lecturers such as: Stan Brakhage, Ken Jacobs, Tony Conrad, Michael Snow, Ed Emshwiller, Robert Breer, Peter Rose, Beth B, and Albert Maysles. After college he spent a year making an experimental film in the media department at the Cleveland Institute of Art before moving to New York City to work as an educational technologist and media producer. More recently he was an artist-in-residence at the Benjamin Franklin School in Barcelona, Spain, where he taught digital music composition.