Jeff MoreyAlumni, Former Adjunct, Class of 2000
I am a media and interaction designer exploring how digital film, social media and other ubiquitous technologies can be used to educate and connect people to social and environmental issues. I also create video and systems for live performance, public art projects, museum exhibits and for the web. I recently received a professional Certificate in Conservation and Environmental Sustainability from the Center for Environmental Research and Conservation (CERC) at Columbia University, and am a graduate of New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP).
In addition to recent motion graphics work on American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, I've designed, shot and edited video and programmed software for several productions by 3-Legged Dog including Fire Island, Losing Something, Plutón, The Curse of the Mystic Renaldo The, Degeneracy and Accidental Records. I have been a long-time collaborator and video systems designer with The Builders Association, having designed for and toured Xtravaganza, Alladeen and Super Vision. I also produced a short public art piece, Snowday, for Creative Time in Grand Central Terminal (2003). Other collaborations include video and/or interactive installation projects with Peter Norrman/NOMO (SCAN, AudioVision Festival / EU Capital of Culture 08 in Liverpool, 2008), Diamanda Galás (Defixiones, 2005), Tanya Selvaratnam (Remind Me, Lincoln Center Festival, 2004), delicious biscuit/Holly Twining (Co-producer for the performance company, active 1995-2003) and GMHC (AIDS: A Living Archive the Museum of the City of New York, 2001).
I am also a DJ (beautiful crissy). My sets are organic deep house minimal techno and other fun stuff... great fun to make f :) I don't play out so much these days (I'm too tired for late nights and schlepping equipment around)
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