Ohio University (MFA)
Brian Plow has been a member of the Electronic Media and Film Department faculty since 2005. His work as a director and cinematographer has been exhibited at festivals throughout North America and Europe, including the Rochester International Film Festival, DC Independent Film Festival, Rhode Island International Film Festival and the NYC Horror Film Festival. Mr. Plow also earned nominations and an Honorable Mention in two international cinematography competitions sponsored by the American Society of Cinematographers in 2003 and 2004.
Currently, Mr. Plow is focused on documentary filmmaking and community media projects. He produced and directed Home (2009), a feature-length documentary focusing on issues of urban redevelopment and eminent domain in York, PA. A Day in the Sun (2012) is his most recent work, and explores the role of the Arts in transforming urban spaces. Mr. Plow is also co-designer/instructor for the new interdisciplinary arts seminar, Homelessness in Baltimore City, which seeks to engage Towson students in critical social issues through community-based creative and scholarly projects.