Glen Wood is currently a Master of Arts student at New York University's prestigious Cinema Studies program. Previously, he attended the University of Pittsburgh Film Studies program (Summa Cum Laude) class of 2010 for his undergraduate degree, while receiving production training at Pittsburgh Filmmakers in accordance with his education. During his academic career, two of his video pieces garnered film accolades. "Through the Light" won Best Editing Award at the Rod Serling Film Festival 2007 and "Perfect Night" achieved Juror's Choice Award at the Pittsburgh Centre for the Arts in association with Pittsburgh Filmmakers and Associated Artists of Pittsburgh "Interplay" multimedia exhibition.
Glen has also worked diligently as a media management intern for Pittsburgh City Councilman Bruce Kraus creating multi-media pieces for his website, youtube page, and other social media platforms, as well as a video production intern at Sampsonia Way Publication, directing and editing video pieces for their organization, including an interview with world-renowned NYU professor and poet, Yusef Komunyakaa. Furthermore, Glen has remained employed at Tweek Clothing as their media services director for four years, creating video web advertisements/commercials and maintaining an administrative position for the company's website. Glen continues to pursue his academic and extra-curricular film interests; his future plans are continuing graduate school to the Ph.D. level and creating/developing numerous video pieces.
In short, Glen is a filmmaker with a variety of abilities. He has worked as a director, editor, director of photography, and animator. Glen is proficient in Final Cut Studio (Final Cut Pro, Compressor, DVD Studio Pro, and Color), the Adobe Creative Suite (Adobe Premier, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe After Effects), and Avid Media Composer. His main objective is to continually attune his efforts to meet the highest standards set by himself and maintain the interests of the client by consistently providing excellent work.