Company director M.D. Morgan has been producing, directing, shooting, and editing award-winning video for the past 15 years. With 25 years experience as a photojournalist and editor (both on staff and freelance), Morgan's background brings a unique element to video production. His writing has encompassed everything from copywriting to newspapers, regional magazines and leading national publications. His photography has been featured in and on the covers of numerous national and regional magazines and corporate calendars. A veteran of eight feature films in a production capacity, including Stephen King’s “Creepshow II” for Laurel/New World, he has shot, cut, and produced more than 150, thirty and sixty second commercials, documentaries, corporate, broadcast and special event videos.
Morgan has served as a Governor’s appointee to the Arizona Motion Picture and Television Advisory Committee, and is a member of American Independent Film and Video, the Country Music Association, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, the American Film Institute, Broadcast Music Inc., & ITVA..
He and his company recently completed "a Mistress Called The Road", a documentary on trucking sponsored by Ford Motor Company, Shell Lubricants, and Associates Commercial, which won both a Communicator Award of Distinction in 1998, and a Silver for Independent Video at WorldFest Flagstaff 1998, as well as two awards of distinction in 1999 from the Videographer Awards, and A Bronze Telly in 1999. "Mistress" aired on major market PBS stations nationwide. Currently in production are a one-hour TV special on "Leaders of The Pack, The Women of PPG," a half hour show for the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving, an episodic television series, and a one-hour documentary with Janson Television in New York, about the world's first disabled summit of Mount Everest, "One Step at a Time, The Tom Whittaker Story." (Completed and aired worldwide for Discovery Health)