Chandler Griffin is a New York City based filmmaker with more than eight years of experience instructing workshops under the umbrella of Barefoot Workshops and such prestigious institutes as the International Film & Television Workshops in Maine.
His work has taken him to Latin America, North America, the UK, Africa, and India. He has developed and produced educational media programs in Northern Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, South Africa, Honduras, India, and various locations in the USA. He is a Founding Member of Video Volunteers and is on Jackson Hole Film Festival's Global Insight Advisory Committee.
Among others, he has worked with PBS, The American Cancer Society, The Ford Foundation, RFK Center for Human Rights, The Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation, FilmAid International, Global Media Adventures, Mississippi Film Commission, The Middle East Partnership Initiative, the State Department's Digital Freedom Initiative, as well as several universities.
He holds a BFA in Photography and a BFA in Video/Film from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Chandler and wife, Alison Fast, are constantly working to develop and pioneer new media based programs that empower individuals and grass roots organizations to make change in their communities.