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mtmorrow
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TV Director

mtmorrow

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jun 3, 1972 (Age: 44)
    Home Page:
    http://www.mtmorrow.com
    Location:
    Toronto
    Occupation:
    TV Director
    Michael Morrow is an award winning Television Director specializing in themes of exploration and adventure. Morrow has sixteen years experience in Documentaries and Series Television, Music Videos and Commercials.

    After graduating OCAD’s Integrated Media Program, Morrow spent his first few years Directing Television Commercials, Music Videos and Corporate Films before he self-financed produced, directed, wrote and edited the feature documentary “Hot Rod, The Movie” about small town demolition derby drivers. The film played in festivals world wide, before airing on OLN and IFC. Morrow worked with Summerhill Entertainment to extend the concept into a half hour series redubbed “Crash Addicts” for OLN. Over the next two years, Morrow directed and/or story produced each of the 26 episodes.

    Morrow soon became a sought after television director and notable Directing activity includes; Gemini award winning “Fire Jammers” (Yap Films/Discovery Canada), “Nerve Center - Atlanta Airport” (EPI/ Discovery Canada), “Canadian Made - Impervious” (Primitive Entertainment/History Television) and “License to
    Drill” (Multiple Episodes Season 3)” (Pixcom/Discovery Canada) the CSA Nominated “Cold Water
    Cowboys” (Multiple Episodes)” (Paperny Entertainment/Discovery Canada). “Mighty Planes 03 - T-38” (EPI/ Discovery Canada), “Mighty Planes 03 - Nolinor” (EPI/ Discovery Canada), a Tourism Commercial for BAY OF QUINTE TOURISM “ISN’T IT TIME?” and ICE ROAD TRUCKERS (Season 9) (Original Productions/ History).

    Morrow aspires to make a meaningful contribution to Canadian culture by continuing to work with top production houses and networks on programs that educate, inspire and entertain a broad audience.