Douglas Morrow – Producer / Director D.A.M. Video Inc. Internship Coordinator and Experiential Learning specialist – Associate Professor – Department of Radio/Television/Film at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University – is also a writer/producer, idea generator and television/film creator. Professor Morrow has combined a career in television production and music with teaching and media education. For more than two decades his production company, D.A.M. Video Inc., has contracted with a broad range of clients — HBO, Madison Square Garden, MTV, VHI, Various food television productions, the Staler Center for the Arts, PBS, the Suffolk Theater, United Nations Television, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, the Long Island Music Hall of Fame to name only a few — to write, produce, light, shoot, edit and consult in almost every genre of television. The focus of Doug’s recent work has become producing materials for non-for-profits and the arts. Before joining the faculty at Hofstra University, Professor Morrow taught as an adjunct at Rutgers University Newark, St. John’s University, and the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
On a personal note Doug lives on the North Fork of Long Island with his wife Diane and son Antonio. He writes music and is an active performing musician from his drum seat. Along with his other work, he is a semi professional beach bum when time allows.