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Michelle Carpenter

Chair Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Michelle Bauer Carpenter is a Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts
& Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited
award-winning experimental and documentary pieces. Her video pieces have screened in
numerous international and national film festivals and art galleries. Enough White Teacups
Carpenter’s latest film is screening both nationally and internationally and has won five
prestigious awards including Best Foreign Film Award at the American Conservation Film
Festival, Best Success Story at the Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Kodiak
Award at the Alaska International Film Festival, Best Environmental Film at the Nevada International Film Festival
and an Advocacy Award at the Lyons Film Festival.

Her 2016 film Klocked: Women with Horsepower won a National Academy of Arts &
Sciences Heartland Chapter Emmy for Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise. Klocked: Women
with Horsepower was also awarded three national awards including an Award of Excellence
Feature Documentary, an Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker from the Hollywood
International Independent Documentary Awards, Winner in the category of Best Sports
Documentary at the Louisville International Festival of Film and Winner Best Action Sports
Film at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver. It has screened at numerous
national and international film festivals including the Breckenridge Film Festival, Louisville
International Festival of Film, The Motorcycle Film Festival in New York, NY, ACTION!
International Film Festival in La Jolla, CA, The Madrid Motorcycle Film Festival in Madrid,
Spain, Toronto Motorcycle Film festival among others. Klocked: Women with Horsepower
began National PBS distribution in October 2016. It was featured for Women’s History Month
on KCET, Los Angeles and KQED San Francisco, California. Carpenter’s 2014 film, Driven to
Ride has telecast 533 times on PBS, played on 222 channels in 93 markets, in 32 states, with
a market penetration of 58% of United States households. 64% of Driven to Ride’s
broadcasts have been in the top 25 US broadcast markets.

In 2012, her film about the catastrophic Fourmile fire titled Above the Ashes was awarded two
prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Awards in the categories of best topical documentary
and best program editing. The Heartland Chapter is a chapter in the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award represents the best in the television
industry.

Carpenter’s creative research consists of two distinct styles of art making: traditional narrative
video and experimental video documentary. The content of her work is driven by and created
in response to primary experiences in her life. She draws from personal experiences to
develop documentaries, experimental single-channel videos or video installations that
encourage discourse on difficult subject matters, including the Fourmile fire, domestic
violence, women’s body issues, breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Video and Motion Graphics

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Colorado Boulder
BFA; Digital Video and Motion
MFA; Electronic Media

Awards

Honors & Awards
2018 Winner Nevada International Film Festival - Best Environmental Documentary
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner American Conservation Film Festival - ACFF Foreign Film Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Alaska International Film Awards - Kodiak Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner IFF Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm, Slovakia, Success Stories Category
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner Lyons Film Festival -Advocacy Award
Enough White Teacups

2017 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise- Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2017 Canada International Film Festival- Winner Best Action Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Louisville International Festival of Film- Winner Best Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Excellence Feature Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker
Klocked: Women with Horsepower
2015 Winner Bronze Award 35rd Annual Telly Award
Driven to Ride

2014 Nominated National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter,
Driven to Ride
Musical Composition / Arrangement

2012 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best topical documentary
Above the Ashes

2012 Emmy Award – Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best program editing
Above the Ashes

2012 Silver Award 33rd Annual Telly Award
Above the Ashes

2012 Golden Palm Award Documentary Short
Above the Ashes

2012 Above the Ashes nominated for a MPSE
(Motion Picture Sound Editors)
Golden Reel Award
Above the Ashes
BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY
Los Angeles, CA

Affiliations

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Heartland Chapter Board of Governors

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

University Film and Video Association

ADVISING & STUDENT SERVICES

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Michelle Carpenter

Chair Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Michelle Bauer Carpenter is a Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts
& Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited
award-winning experimental and documentary pieces. Her video pieces have screened in
numerous international and national film festivals and art galleries. Enough White Teacups
Carpenter’s latest film is screening both nationally and internationally and has won five
prestigious awards including Best Foreign Film Award at the American Conservation Film
Festival, Best Success Story at the Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Kodiak
Award at the Alaska International Film Festival, Best Environmental Film at the Nevada International Film Festival
and an Advocacy Award at the Lyons Film Festival.

Her 2016 film Klocked: Women with Horsepower won a National Academy of Arts &
Sciences Heartland Chapter Emmy for Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise. Klocked: Women
with Horsepower was also awarded three national awards including an Award of Excellence
Feature Documentary, an Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker from the Hollywood
International Independent Documentary Awards, Winner in the category of Best Sports
Documentary at the Louisville International Festival of Film and Winner Best Action Sports
Film at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver. It has screened at numerous
national and international film festivals including the Breckenridge Film Festival, Louisville
International Festival of Film, The Motorcycle Film Festival in New York, NY, ACTION!
International Film Festival in La Jolla, CA, The Madrid Motorcycle Film Festival in Madrid,
Spain, Toronto Motorcycle Film festival among others. Klocked: Women with Horsepower
began National PBS distribution in October 2016. It was featured for Women’s History Month
on KCET, Los Angeles and KQED San Francisco, California. Carpenter’s 2014 film, Driven to
Ride has telecast 533 times on PBS, played on 222 channels in 93 markets, in 32 states, with
a market penetration of 58% of United States households. 64% of Driven to Ride’s
broadcasts have been in the top 25 US broadcast markets.

In 2012, her film about the catastrophic Fourmile fire titled Above the Ashes was awarded two
prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Awards in the categories of best topical documentary
and best program editing. The Heartland Chapter is a chapter in the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award represents the best in the television
industry.

Carpenter’s creative research consists of two distinct styles of art making: traditional narrative
video and experimental video documentary. The content of her work is driven by and created
in response to primary experiences in her life. She draws from personal experiences to
develop documentaries, experimental single-channel videos or video installations that
encourage discourse on difficult subject matters, including the Fourmile fire, domestic
violence, women’s body issues, breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Video and Motion Graphics

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Colorado Boulder
BFA; Digital Video and Motion
MFA; Electronic Media

Awards

Honors & Awards
2018 Winner Nevada International Film Festival - Best Environmental Documentary
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner American Conservation Film Festival - ACFF Foreign Film Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Alaska International Film Awards - Kodiak Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner IFF Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm, Slovakia, Success Stories Category
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner Lyons Film Festival -Advocacy Award
Enough White Teacups

2017 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise- Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2017 Canada International Film Festival- Winner Best Action Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Louisville International Festival of Film- Winner Best Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Excellence Feature Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker
Klocked: Women with Horsepower
2015 Winner Bronze Award 35rd Annual Telly Award
Driven to Ride

2014 Nominated National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter,
Driven to Ride
Musical Composition / Arrangement

2012 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best topical documentary
Above the Ashes

2012 Emmy Award – Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best program editing
Above the Ashes

2012 Silver Award 33rd Annual Telly Award
Above the Ashes

2012 Golden Palm Award Documentary Short
Above the Ashes

2012 Above the Ashes nominated for a MPSE
(Motion Picture Sound Editors)
Golden Reel Award
Above the Ashes
BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY
Los Angeles, CA

Affiliations

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Heartland Chapter Board of Governors

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

University Film and Video Association

ENROLLMENT & LYNX CAMP

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Michelle Carpenter

Chair Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Michelle Bauer Carpenter is a Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts
& Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited
award-winning experimental and documentary pieces. Her video pieces have screened in
numerous international and national film festivals and art galleries. Enough White Teacups
Carpenter’s latest film is screening both nationally and internationally and has won five
prestigious awards including Best Foreign Film Award at the American Conservation Film
Festival, Best Success Story at the Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Kodiak
Award at the Alaska International Film Festival, Best Environmental Film at the Nevada International Film Festival
and an Advocacy Award at the Lyons Film Festival.

Her 2016 film Klocked: Women with Horsepower won a National Academy of Arts &
Sciences Heartland Chapter Emmy for Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise. Klocked: Women
with Horsepower was also awarded three national awards including an Award of Excellence
Feature Documentary, an Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker from the Hollywood
International Independent Documentary Awards, Winner in the category of Best Sports
Documentary at the Louisville International Festival of Film and Winner Best Action Sports
Film at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver. It has screened at numerous
national and international film festivals including the Breckenridge Film Festival, Louisville
International Festival of Film, The Motorcycle Film Festival in New York, NY, ACTION!
International Film Festival in La Jolla, CA, The Madrid Motorcycle Film Festival in Madrid,
Spain, Toronto Motorcycle Film festival among others. Klocked: Women with Horsepower
began National PBS distribution in October 2016. It was featured for Women’s History Month
on KCET, Los Angeles and KQED San Francisco, California. Carpenter’s 2014 film, Driven to
Ride has telecast 533 times on PBS, played on 222 channels in 93 markets, in 32 states, with
a market penetration of 58% of United States households. 64% of Driven to Ride’s
broadcasts have been in the top 25 US broadcast markets.

In 2012, her film about the catastrophic Fourmile fire titled Above the Ashes was awarded two
prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Awards in the categories of best topical documentary
and best program editing. The Heartland Chapter is a chapter in the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award represents the best in the television
industry.

Carpenter’s creative research consists of two distinct styles of art making: traditional narrative
video and experimental video documentary. The content of her work is driven by and created
in response to primary experiences in her life. She draws from personal experiences to
develop documentaries, experimental single-channel videos or video installations that
encourage discourse on difficult subject matters, including the Fourmile fire, domestic
violence, women’s body issues, breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Video and Motion Graphics

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Colorado Boulder
BFA; Digital Video and Motion
MFA; Electronic Media

Awards

Honors & Awards
2018 Winner Nevada International Film Festival - Best Environmental Documentary
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner American Conservation Film Festival - ACFF Foreign Film Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Alaska International Film Awards - Kodiak Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner IFF Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm, Slovakia, Success Stories Category
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner Lyons Film Festival -Advocacy Award
Enough White Teacups

2017 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise- Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2017 Canada International Film Festival- Winner Best Action Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Louisville International Festival of Film- Winner Best Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Excellence Feature Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker
Klocked: Women with Horsepower
2015 Winner Bronze Award 35rd Annual Telly Award
Driven to Ride

2014 Nominated National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter,
Driven to Ride
Musical Composition / Arrangement

2012 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best topical documentary
Above the Ashes

2012 Emmy Award – Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best program editing
Above the Ashes

2012 Silver Award 33rd Annual Telly Award
Above the Ashes

2012 Golden Palm Award Documentary Short
Above the Ashes

2012 Above the Ashes nominated for a MPSE
(Motion Picture Sound Editors)
Golden Reel Award
Above the Ashes
BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY
Los Angeles, CA

Affiliations

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Heartland Chapter Board of Governors

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

University Film and Video Association

HUMAN RESOURCES & FINANCE

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Michelle Carpenter

Chair Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Michelle Bauer Carpenter is a Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts
& Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited
award-winning experimental and documentary pieces. Her video pieces have screened in
numerous international and national film festivals and art galleries. Enough White Teacups
Carpenter’s latest film is screening both nationally and internationally and has won five
prestigious awards including Best Foreign Film Award at the American Conservation Film
Festival, Best Success Story at the Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Kodiak
Award at the Alaska International Film Festival, Best Environmental Film at the Nevada International Film Festival
and an Advocacy Award at the Lyons Film Festival.

Her 2016 film Klocked: Women with Horsepower won a National Academy of Arts &
Sciences Heartland Chapter Emmy for Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise. Klocked: Women
with Horsepower was also awarded three national awards including an Award of Excellence
Feature Documentary, an Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker from the Hollywood
International Independent Documentary Awards, Winner in the category of Best Sports
Documentary at the Louisville International Festival of Film and Winner Best Action Sports
Film at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver. It has screened at numerous
national and international film festivals including the Breckenridge Film Festival, Louisville
International Festival of Film, The Motorcycle Film Festival in New York, NY, ACTION!
International Film Festival in La Jolla, CA, The Madrid Motorcycle Film Festival in Madrid,
Spain, Toronto Motorcycle Film festival among others. Klocked: Women with Horsepower
began National PBS distribution in October 2016. It was featured for Women’s History Month
on KCET, Los Angeles and KQED San Francisco, California. Carpenter’s 2014 film, Driven to
Ride has telecast 533 times on PBS, played on 222 channels in 93 markets, in 32 states, with
a market penetration of 58% of United States households. 64% of Driven to Ride’s
broadcasts have been in the top 25 US broadcast markets.

In 2012, her film about the catastrophic Fourmile fire titled Above the Ashes was awarded two
prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Awards in the categories of best topical documentary
and best program editing. The Heartland Chapter is a chapter in the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award represents the best in the television
industry.

Carpenter’s creative research consists of two distinct styles of art making: traditional narrative
video and experimental video documentary. The content of her work is driven by and created
in response to primary experiences in her life. She draws from personal experiences to
develop documentaries, experimental single-channel videos or video installations that
encourage discourse on difficult subject matters, including the Fourmile fire, domestic
violence, women’s body issues, breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Video and Motion Graphics

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Colorado Boulder
BFA; Digital Video and Motion
MFA; Electronic Media

Awards

Honors & Awards
2018 Winner Nevada International Film Festival - Best Environmental Documentary
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner American Conservation Film Festival - ACFF Foreign Film Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Alaska International Film Awards - Kodiak Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner IFF Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm, Slovakia, Success Stories Category
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner Lyons Film Festival -Advocacy Award
Enough White Teacups

2017 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise- Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2017 Canada International Film Festival- Winner Best Action Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Louisville International Festival of Film- Winner Best Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Excellence Feature Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker
Klocked: Women with Horsepower
2015 Winner Bronze Award 35rd Annual Telly Award
Driven to Ride

2014 Nominated National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter,
Driven to Ride
Musical Composition / Arrangement

2012 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best topical documentary
Above the Ashes

2012 Emmy Award – Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best program editing
Above the Ashes

2012 Silver Award 33rd Annual Telly Award
Above the Ashes

2012 Golden Palm Award Documentary Short
Above the Ashes

2012 Above the Ashes nominated for a MPSE
(Motion Picture Sound Editors)
Golden Reel Award
Above the Ashes
BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY
Los Angeles, CA

Affiliations

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Heartland Chapter Board of Governors

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

University Film and Video Association

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

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Michelle Carpenter

Chair Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Michelle Bauer Carpenter is a Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts
& Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited
award-winning experimental and documentary pieces. Her video pieces have screened in
numerous international and national film festivals and art galleries. Enough White Teacups
Carpenter’s latest film is screening both nationally and internationally and has won five
prestigious awards including Best Foreign Film Award at the American Conservation Film
Festival, Best Success Story at the Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Kodiak
Award at the Alaska International Film Festival, Best Environmental Film at the Nevada International Film Festival
and an Advocacy Award at the Lyons Film Festival.

Her 2016 film Klocked: Women with Horsepower won a National Academy of Arts &
Sciences Heartland Chapter Emmy for Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise. Klocked: Women
with Horsepower was also awarded three national awards including an Award of Excellence
Feature Documentary, an Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker from the Hollywood
International Independent Documentary Awards, Winner in the category of Best Sports
Documentary at the Louisville International Festival of Film and Winner Best Action Sports
Film at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver. It has screened at numerous
national and international film festivals including the Breckenridge Film Festival, Louisville
International Festival of Film, The Motorcycle Film Festival in New York, NY, ACTION!
International Film Festival in La Jolla, CA, The Madrid Motorcycle Film Festival in Madrid,
Spain, Toronto Motorcycle Film festival among others. Klocked: Women with Horsepower
began National PBS distribution in October 2016. It was featured for Women’s History Month
on KCET, Los Angeles and KQED San Francisco, California. Carpenter’s 2014 film, Driven to
Ride has telecast 533 times on PBS, played on 222 channels in 93 markets, in 32 states, with
a market penetration of 58% of United States households. 64% of Driven to Ride’s
broadcasts have been in the top 25 US broadcast markets.

In 2012, her film about the catastrophic Fourmile fire titled Above the Ashes was awarded two
prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Awards in the categories of best topical documentary
and best program editing. The Heartland Chapter is a chapter in the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award represents the best in the television
industry.

Carpenter’s creative research consists of two distinct styles of art making: traditional narrative
video and experimental video documentary. The content of her work is driven by and created
in response to primary experiences in her life. She draws from personal experiences to
develop documentaries, experimental single-channel videos or video installations that
encourage discourse on difficult subject matters, including the Fourmile fire, domestic
violence, women’s body issues, breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Video and Motion Graphics

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Colorado Boulder
BFA; Digital Video and Motion
MFA; Electronic Media

Awards

Honors & Awards
2018 Winner Nevada International Film Festival - Best Environmental Documentary
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner American Conservation Film Festival - ACFF Foreign Film Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Alaska International Film Awards - Kodiak Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner IFF Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm, Slovakia, Success Stories Category
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner Lyons Film Festival -Advocacy Award
Enough White Teacups

2017 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise- Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2017 Canada International Film Festival- Winner Best Action Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Louisville International Festival of Film- Winner Best Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Excellence Feature Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker
Klocked: Women with Horsepower
2015 Winner Bronze Award 35rd Annual Telly Award
Driven to Ride

2014 Nominated National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter,
Driven to Ride
Musical Composition / Arrangement

2012 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best topical documentary
Above the Ashes

2012 Emmy Award – Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best program editing
Above the Ashes

2012 Silver Award 33rd Annual Telly Award
Above the Ashes

2012 Golden Palm Award Documentary Short
Above the Ashes

2012 Above the Ashes nominated for a MPSE
(Motion Picture Sound Editors)
Golden Reel Award
Above the Ashes
BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY
Los Angeles, CA

Affiliations

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Heartland Chapter Board of Governors

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

University Film and Video Association

MARKETING, COMMUNICATIONS, & ENGAGEMENT

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Michelle Carpenter

Chair Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Michelle Bauer Carpenter is a Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts
& Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited
award-winning experimental and documentary pieces. Her video pieces have screened in
numerous international and national film festivals and art galleries. Enough White Teacups
Carpenter’s latest film is screening both nationally and internationally and has won five
prestigious awards including Best Foreign Film Award at the American Conservation Film
Festival, Best Success Story at the Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Kodiak
Award at the Alaska International Film Festival, Best Environmental Film at the Nevada International Film Festival
and an Advocacy Award at the Lyons Film Festival.

Her 2016 film Klocked: Women with Horsepower won a National Academy of Arts &
Sciences Heartland Chapter Emmy for Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise. Klocked: Women
with Horsepower was also awarded three national awards including an Award of Excellence
Feature Documentary, an Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker from the Hollywood
International Independent Documentary Awards, Winner in the category of Best Sports
Documentary at the Louisville International Festival of Film and Winner Best Action Sports
Film at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver. It has screened at numerous
national and international film festivals including the Breckenridge Film Festival, Louisville
International Festival of Film, The Motorcycle Film Festival in New York, NY, ACTION!
International Film Festival in La Jolla, CA, The Madrid Motorcycle Film Festival in Madrid,
Spain, Toronto Motorcycle Film festival among others. Klocked: Women with Horsepower
began National PBS distribution in October 2016. It was featured for Women’s History Month
on KCET, Los Angeles and KQED San Francisco, California. Carpenter’s 2014 film, Driven to
Ride has telecast 533 times on PBS, played on 222 channels in 93 markets, in 32 states, with
a market penetration of 58% of United States households. 64% of Driven to Ride’s
broadcasts have been in the top 25 US broadcast markets.

In 2012, her film about the catastrophic Fourmile fire titled Above the Ashes was awarded two
prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Awards in the categories of best topical documentary
and best program editing. The Heartland Chapter is a chapter in the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award represents the best in the television
industry.

Carpenter’s creative research consists of two distinct styles of art making: traditional narrative
video and experimental video documentary. The content of her work is driven by and created
in response to primary experiences in her life. She draws from personal experiences to
develop documentaries, experimental single-channel videos or video installations that
encourage discourse on difficult subject matters, including the Fourmile fire, domestic
violence, women’s body issues, breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Video and Motion Graphics

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Colorado Boulder
BFA; Digital Video and Motion
MFA; Electronic Media

Awards

Honors & Awards
2018 Winner Nevada International Film Festival - Best Environmental Documentary
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner American Conservation Film Festival - ACFF Foreign Film Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Alaska International Film Awards - Kodiak Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner IFF Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm, Slovakia, Success Stories Category
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner Lyons Film Festival -Advocacy Award
Enough White Teacups

2017 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise- Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2017 Canada International Film Festival- Winner Best Action Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Louisville International Festival of Film- Winner Best Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Excellence Feature Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker
Klocked: Women with Horsepower
2015 Winner Bronze Award 35rd Annual Telly Award
Driven to Ride

2014 Nominated National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter,
Driven to Ride
Musical Composition / Arrangement

2012 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best topical documentary
Above the Ashes

2012 Emmy Award – Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best program editing
Above the Ashes

2012 Silver Award 33rd Annual Telly Award
Above the Ashes

2012 Golden Palm Award Documentary Short
Above the Ashes

2012 Above the Ashes nominated for a MPSE
(Motion Picture Sound Editors)
Golden Reel Award
Above the Ashes
BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY
Los Angeles, CA

Affiliations

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Heartland Chapter Board of Governors

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

University Film and Video Association

Academic Departments

FILM & TELEVISION

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Michelle Carpenter

Chair Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Michelle Bauer Carpenter is a Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts
& Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited
award-winning experimental and documentary pieces. Her video pieces have screened in
numerous international and national film festivals and art galleries. Enough White Teacups
Carpenter’s latest film is screening both nationally and internationally and has won five
prestigious awards including Best Foreign Film Award at the American Conservation Film
Festival, Best Success Story at the Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Kodiak
Award at the Alaska International Film Festival, Best Environmental Film at the Nevada International Film Festival
and an Advocacy Award at the Lyons Film Festival.

Her 2016 film Klocked: Women with Horsepower won a National Academy of Arts &
Sciences Heartland Chapter Emmy for Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise. Klocked: Women
with Horsepower was also awarded three national awards including an Award of Excellence
Feature Documentary, an Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker from the Hollywood
International Independent Documentary Awards, Winner in the category of Best Sports
Documentary at the Louisville International Festival of Film and Winner Best Action Sports
Film at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver. It has screened at numerous
national and international film festivals including the Breckenridge Film Festival, Louisville
International Festival of Film, The Motorcycle Film Festival in New York, NY, ACTION!
International Film Festival in La Jolla, CA, The Madrid Motorcycle Film Festival in Madrid,
Spain, Toronto Motorcycle Film festival among others. Klocked: Women with Horsepower
began National PBS distribution in October 2016. It was featured for Women’s History Month
on KCET, Los Angeles and KQED San Francisco, California. Carpenter’s 2014 film, Driven to
Ride has telecast 533 times on PBS, played on 222 channels in 93 markets, in 32 states, with
a market penetration of 58% of United States households. 64% of Driven to Ride’s
broadcasts have been in the top 25 US broadcast markets.

In 2012, her film about the catastrophic Fourmile fire titled Above the Ashes was awarded two
prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Awards in the categories of best topical documentary
and best program editing. The Heartland Chapter is a chapter in the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award represents the best in the television
industry.

Carpenter’s creative research consists of two distinct styles of art making: traditional narrative
video and experimental video documentary. The content of her work is driven by and created
in response to primary experiences in her life. She draws from personal experiences to
develop documentaries, experimental single-channel videos or video installations that
encourage discourse on difficult subject matters, including the Fourmile fire, domestic
violence, women’s body issues, breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Video and Motion Graphics

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Colorado Boulder
BFA; Digital Video and Motion
MFA; Electronic Media

Awards

Honors & Awards
2018 Winner Nevada International Film Festival - Best Environmental Documentary
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner American Conservation Film Festival - ACFF Foreign Film Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Alaska International Film Awards - Kodiak Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner IFF Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm, Slovakia, Success Stories Category
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner Lyons Film Festival -Advocacy Award
Enough White Teacups

2017 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise- Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2017 Canada International Film Festival- Winner Best Action Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Louisville International Festival of Film- Winner Best Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Excellence Feature Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker
Klocked: Women with Horsepower
2015 Winner Bronze Award 35rd Annual Telly Award
Driven to Ride

2014 Nominated National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter,
Driven to Ride
Musical Composition / Arrangement

2012 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best topical documentary
Above the Ashes

2012 Emmy Award – Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best program editing
Above the Ashes

2012 Silver Award 33rd Annual Telly Award
Above the Ashes

2012 Golden Palm Award Documentary Short
Above the Ashes

2012 Above the Ashes nominated for a MPSE
(Motion Picture Sound Editors)
Golden Reel Award
Above the Ashes
BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY
Los Angeles, CA

Affiliations

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Heartland Chapter Board of Governors

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

University Film and Video Association

MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY STUDIES

MBC_CAMwebsmall

Michelle Carpenter

Chair Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Michelle Bauer Carpenter is a Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts
& Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited
award-winning experimental and documentary pieces. Her video pieces have screened in
numerous international and national film festivals and art galleries. Enough White Teacups
Carpenter’s latest film is screening both nationally and internationally and has won five
prestigious awards including Best Foreign Film Award at the American Conservation Film
Festival, Best Success Story at the Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Kodiak
Award at the Alaska International Film Festival, Best Environmental Film at the Nevada International Film Festival
and an Advocacy Award at the Lyons Film Festival.

Her 2016 film Klocked: Women with Horsepower won a National Academy of Arts &
Sciences Heartland Chapter Emmy for Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise. Klocked: Women
with Horsepower was also awarded three national awards including an Award of Excellence
Feature Documentary, an Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker from the Hollywood
International Independent Documentary Awards, Winner in the category of Best Sports
Documentary at the Louisville International Festival of Film and Winner Best Action Sports
Film at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver. It has screened at numerous
national and international film festivals including the Breckenridge Film Festival, Louisville
International Festival of Film, The Motorcycle Film Festival in New York, NY, ACTION!
International Film Festival in La Jolla, CA, The Madrid Motorcycle Film Festival in Madrid,
Spain, Toronto Motorcycle Film festival among others. Klocked: Women with Horsepower
began National PBS distribution in October 2016. It was featured for Women’s History Month
on KCET, Los Angeles and KQED San Francisco, California. Carpenter’s 2014 film, Driven to
Ride has telecast 533 times on PBS, played on 222 channels in 93 markets, in 32 states, with
a market penetration of 58% of United States households. 64% of Driven to Ride’s
broadcasts have been in the top 25 US broadcast markets.

In 2012, her film about the catastrophic Fourmile fire titled Above the Ashes was awarded two
prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Awards in the categories of best topical documentary
and best program editing. The Heartland Chapter is a chapter in the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award represents the best in the television
industry.

Carpenter’s creative research consists of two distinct styles of art making: traditional narrative
video and experimental video documentary. The content of her work is driven by and created
in response to primary experiences in her life. She draws from personal experiences to
develop documentaries, experimental single-channel videos or video installations that
encourage discourse on difficult subject matters, including the Fourmile fire, domestic
violence, women’s body issues, breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Video and Motion Graphics

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Colorado Boulder
BFA; Digital Video and Motion
MFA; Electronic Media

Awards

Honors & Awards
2018 Winner Nevada International Film Festival - Best Environmental Documentary
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner American Conservation Film Festival - ACFF Foreign Film Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Alaska International Film Awards - Kodiak Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner IFF Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm, Slovakia, Success Stories Category
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner Lyons Film Festival -Advocacy Award
Enough White Teacups

2017 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise- Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2017 Canada International Film Festival- Winner Best Action Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Louisville International Festival of Film- Winner Best Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Excellence Feature Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker
Klocked: Women with Horsepower
2015 Winner Bronze Award 35rd Annual Telly Award
Driven to Ride

2014 Nominated National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter,
Driven to Ride
Musical Composition / Arrangement

2012 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best topical documentary
Above the Ashes

2012 Emmy Award – Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best program editing
Above the Ashes

2012 Silver Award 33rd Annual Telly Award
Above the Ashes

2012 Golden Palm Award Documentary Short
Above the Ashes

2012 Above the Ashes nominated for a MPSE
(Motion Picture Sound Editors)
Golden Reel Award
Above the Ashes
BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY
Los Angeles, CA

Affiliations

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Heartland Chapter Board of Governors

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

University Film and Video Association

NATIONAL CENTER FOR MEDIA FORENSICS

MBC_CAMwebsmall

Michelle Carpenter

Chair Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Michelle Bauer Carpenter is a Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts
& Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited
award-winning experimental and documentary pieces. Her video pieces have screened in
numerous international and national film festivals and art galleries. Enough White Teacups
Carpenter’s latest film is screening both nationally and internationally and has won five
prestigious awards including Best Foreign Film Award at the American Conservation Film
Festival, Best Success Story at the Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Kodiak
Award at the Alaska International Film Festival, Best Environmental Film at the Nevada International Film Festival
and an Advocacy Award at the Lyons Film Festival.

Her 2016 film Klocked: Women with Horsepower won a National Academy of Arts &
Sciences Heartland Chapter Emmy for Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise. Klocked: Women
with Horsepower was also awarded three national awards including an Award of Excellence
Feature Documentary, an Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker from the Hollywood
International Independent Documentary Awards, Winner in the category of Best Sports
Documentary at the Louisville International Festival of Film and Winner Best Action Sports
Film at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver. It has screened at numerous
national and international film festivals including the Breckenridge Film Festival, Louisville
International Festival of Film, The Motorcycle Film Festival in New York, NY, ACTION!
International Film Festival in La Jolla, CA, The Madrid Motorcycle Film Festival in Madrid,
Spain, Toronto Motorcycle Film festival among others. Klocked: Women with Horsepower
began National PBS distribution in October 2016. It was featured for Women’s History Month
on KCET, Los Angeles and KQED San Francisco, California. Carpenter’s 2014 film, Driven to
Ride has telecast 533 times on PBS, played on 222 channels in 93 markets, in 32 states, with
a market penetration of 58% of United States households. 64% of Driven to Ride’s
broadcasts have been in the top 25 US broadcast markets.

In 2012, her film about the catastrophic Fourmile fire titled Above the Ashes was awarded two
prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Awards in the categories of best topical documentary
and best program editing. The Heartland Chapter is a chapter in the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award represents the best in the television
industry.

Carpenter’s creative research consists of two distinct styles of art making: traditional narrative
video and experimental video documentary. The content of her work is driven by and created
in response to primary experiences in her life. She draws from personal experiences to
develop documentaries, experimental single-channel videos or video installations that
encourage discourse on difficult subject matters, including the Fourmile fire, domestic
violence, women’s body issues, breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Video and Motion Graphics

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Colorado Boulder
BFA; Digital Video and Motion
MFA; Electronic Media

Awards

Honors & Awards
2018 Winner Nevada International Film Festival - Best Environmental Documentary
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner American Conservation Film Festival - ACFF Foreign Film Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Alaska International Film Awards - Kodiak Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner IFF Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm, Slovakia, Success Stories Category
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner Lyons Film Festival -Advocacy Award
Enough White Teacups

2017 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise- Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2017 Canada International Film Festival- Winner Best Action Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Louisville International Festival of Film- Winner Best Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Excellence Feature Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker
Klocked: Women with Horsepower
2015 Winner Bronze Award 35rd Annual Telly Award
Driven to Ride

2014 Nominated National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter,
Driven to Ride
Musical Composition / Arrangement

2012 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best topical documentary
Above the Ashes

2012 Emmy Award – Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best program editing
Above the Ashes

2012 Silver Award 33rd Annual Telly Award
Above the Ashes

2012 Golden Palm Award Documentary Short
Above the Ashes

2012 Above the Ashes nominated for a MPSE
(Motion Picture Sound Editors)
Golden Reel Award
Above the Ashes
BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY
Los Angeles, CA

Affiliations

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Heartland Chapter Board of Governors

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

University Film and Video Association

VISUAL ARTS

MBC_CAMwebsmall

Michelle Carpenter

Chair Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Michelle Bauer Carpenter is a Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts
& Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited
award-winning experimental and documentary pieces. Her video pieces have screened in
numerous international and national film festivals and art galleries. Enough White Teacups
Carpenter’s latest film is screening both nationally and internationally and has won five
prestigious awards including Best Foreign Film Award at the American Conservation Film
Festival, Best Success Story at the Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm in Bratislava, Slovakia, the Kodiak
Award at the Alaska International Film Festival, Best Environmental Film at the Nevada International Film Festival
and an Advocacy Award at the Lyons Film Festival.

Her 2016 film Klocked: Women with Horsepower won a National Academy of Arts &
Sciences Heartland Chapter Emmy for Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise. Klocked: Women
with Horsepower was also awarded three national awards including an Award of Excellence
Feature Documentary, an Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker from the Hollywood
International Independent Documentary Awards, Winner in the category of Best Sports
Documentary at the Louisville International Festival of Film and Winner Best Action Sports
Film at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver. It has screened at numerous
national and international film festivals including the Breckenridge Film Festival, Louisville
International Festival of Film, The Motorcycle Film Festival in New York, NY, ACTION!
International Film Festival in La Jolla, CA, The Madrid Motorcycle Film Festival in Madrid,
Spain, Toronto Motorcycle Film festival among others. Klocked: Women with Horsepower
began National PBS distribution in October 2016. It was featured for Women’s History Month
on KCET, Los Angeles and KQED San Francisco, California. Carpenter’s 2014 film, Driven to
Ride has telecast 533 times on PBS, played on 222 channels in 93 markets, in 32 states, with
a market penetration of 58% of United States households. 64% of Driven to Ride’s
broadcasts have been in the top 25 US broadcast markets.

In 2012, her film about the catastrophic Fourmile fire titled Above the Ashes was awarded two
prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Awards in the categories of best topical documentary
and best program editing. The Heartland Chapter is a chapter in the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Emmy Award represents the best in the television
industry.

Carpenter’s creative research consists of two distinct styles of art making: traditional narrative
video and experimental video documentary. The content of her work is driven by and created
in response to primary experiences in her life. She draws from personal experiences to
develop documentaries, experimental single-channel videos or video installations that
encourage discourse on difficult subject matters, including the Fourmile fire, domestic
violence, women’s body issues, breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Video and Motion Graphics

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Colorado Boulder
BFA; Digital Video and Motion
MFA; Electronic Media

Awards

Honors & Awards
2018 Winner Nevada International Film Festival - Best Environmental Documentary
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner American Conservation Film Festival - ACFF Foreign Film Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Alaska International Film Awards - Kodiak Award
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner IFF Ekotopfilm/ Envirofilm, Slovakia, Success Stories Category
Enough White Teacups

2018 Winner Lyons Film Festival -Advocacy Award
Enough White Teacups

2017 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Excellence in Journalistic Enterprise- Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2017 Canada International Film Festival- Winner Best Action Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Louisville International Festival of Film- Winner Best Sports Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Excellence Feature Documentary
Klocked: Women with Horsepower

2016 Hollywood International Independent Documentary Award
Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker
Klocked: Women with Horsepower
2015 Winner Bronze Award 35rd Annual Telly Award
Driven to Ride

2014 Nominated National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter,
Driven to Ride
Musical Composition / Arrangement

2012 Emmy Award - Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best topical documentary
Above the Ashes

2012 Emmy Award – Winner
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter
Best program editing
Above the Ashes

2012 Silver Award 33rd Annual Telly Award
Above the Ashes

2012 Golden Palm Award Documentary Short
Above the Ashes

2012 Above the Ashes nominated for a MPSE
(Motion Picture Sound Editors)
Golden Reel Award
Above the Ashes
BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY
Los Angeles, CA

Affiliations

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Heartland Chapter Board of Governors

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

University Film and Video Association

CONTACT US

 

Telephone: 303-315-7400
Email: 
CAM@ucdenver.edu​

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Physical Address

College of Arts & Media
University of Colorado Denver
1150 10th Street Denver, CO 80204

 

General Mail Delivery (USPS)

(Name or Title of Program)
College of Arts & Media
University of Colorado Denver
Campus Box 162
PO Box 173364
Denver, CO 80217-3364

 
Central Receiving (UPS/FedEx/Parcel or Package Shipment)

(Name or Title of Program)
College of Arts & Media
University of Colorado Denver
1201 5th Street, AR 177
Denver, CO 80204-2005

 
Admissions & Enrollment

Email: CAMinfo@ucdenver.edu
Phone: 303-315-7487

 
Emmanuel Art Gallery

1205 10th Street Plaza
Denver, CO 80204
Email: emmanuelgallery@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7431

Comcast Media & Technology Center
Tivoli Annex 139B, Tivoli Student Union,
Comcast Media & Technology Center Staff


Film & Television Department

Email: FilmTV@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7405

 
IT Help Desk

Office: Arts Building, 177 C
Email: CAMit@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7428

 

LYNX National Arts & Media Camp

Email: LYNXcamp@ucdenver.edu​​
Telephone: 303-315-7468

 
Music & Entertainment Industry Studies Department

Office: Arts Building, 288
Email: meis.dept@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7450

 

National Center of Media Forensics

Office: King Center, Fifth Floor
Email: NCMF@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7496

 
Next Stage Gallery

1025 13th St
Denver, CO 80202
(Located in the Denver Performing Arts Complex)

 

Visual Arts Department

Office: CU Building, 800 A
Email: VisualArts@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-1501

 

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Katie Leonard

Katie Leonard is a Denver native and lead organizer for Anti-Racist Club Colorado. She received her B.A. in African American Studies with a concentration on Music and Art History from Harvard College in 2017.

Email: katannleo9@gmail.com

Teri Wilson

Teri Wilson Elected to Professional Board

Teri Wilson, Director of Human Resources at CAM has been elected to the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the College & University Association for Human Resources Executive Board. Congratulations, Teri!