Mark Burchick is a Capital Emmy-award winning filmmaker, adjunct professor, and Studio Art MFA candidate at Towson University.
Pulling from academic fields such as religious and folklore studies, anthropology, and psychology, his current body of work involves the study of belief and the roles that media and technology play in influencing our beliefs. These conceptually driven single channel videos and multimedia installations invite viewers to question their perceptions and examine how beliefs have influenced our world. View my CV and contact information.
He is also a father, husband, writer, gaffer, gardener, occasional meditator (but more frequent happy hour imbiber), spiritually inclined, and considers himself a life-long student.